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Microsoft is moving away from the legacy OneNote app to the Universal Windows Platform version with new Office 2019 UI.
OneNote on Windows 10 now supports voice dictation in nine languages, exclusive on Office 365 on PCs and Windows tablets.
OneNote for Windows 10 will become the de facto app as Microsoft will shut down OneNote 2016, while the company has some major features planned to coincide with Office 2019.
Joe Belfiore is getting an expanded range of Microsoft products to be in charge of. As well as continuing to oversee Windows Consumer Shell, he will lead the Windows client experience.
A new update for OneNote for Android allows the app to remember user notes for the next time it is opened.
As well as integrating with Office Lens, OneNote for Android now allows users to get note-taking features by pressing the app icon.
The central virtual assistant hub called Cortana Notebook is getting a redesign that adds two new sections to the UI, “Organizer” and “Manage Skills”.
OneNote for Android users can now create password protected sections and link them to a fingerprint. The feature was previously only available on desktop and iOS.
A Surface-focused keynote will open Future Decoded next month, according to reports. The Surface Phone is just one of the devices that could be launched at the event.
OneNote on Windows 10 now supports Text to Math, Smart Lookup, and the ability to add online images. Other new features include improved tables and a zoom function.
Over the past month, OneNote has received improvements to Class Notebooks and Learning Tools, as well as the integration of several new services and the redesigned Windows 10 client.
The new version of OneNote includes an improved layout, a new feature for solving page conflicts, and much more. It has begun rolling out to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring.
Windows 10 Immersive Reading is making the jump from OneNote Online to the wider OneNote app across Office 365. Microsoft has also introduced more language support for accessibility features.
In version 184.108.40.206 of OneNote Class Notebook, Microsoft has added support for a new LMS. The company says over 40 Learning Management Systems and Student Information Systems now support the add-in.
The company has changed how the app looks like on Windows 10, Mac, iOS, Android, and on the web, and will be rolling out the update “over the coming weeks”, bringing enhanced usability for those who use assistive technologies.
The new update brings the version number to 16.0 and adds several visual improvements to the application, further improving the experience of organizing notes.
The company has yet to say what new features will fall under the Draw tab on OneNote Online, but it could score some additions from the normal desktop app.
Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring are now getting version 17.7967.5750 of the OneNote app. Microsoft has added several features, including the ability to recover deleted notes.
Following its launch last year and expansion to Office 365, Microsoft is again rolling out Learning Tools to more services. Along with Word Online and OneNote Online support, the tool is now available in more languages.
The Universal Windows Platform version of the app now allows users to reorder their Notebooks, and create diagrams and flow charts. New bullet styles and paragraph handles have also been added.