Major OneNote update for Windows 10 now rolling out to Windows Insiders

Microsoft recently announced the new OneNote that’s coming to Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. The company today started rolling out the new OneNote for Windows 10 to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring, bringing the new look as well as some other new features.

The new OneNote includes an improved layout that improves accessibility, allowing for improved navigation with screen readers and keyboards. Microsoft has also included a handy new feature in the new OneNote that lets users solve page conflicts in shared notebooks where you might have two different versions of the same page in a notebook — and this new feature will allow you to easily resolve those page conflicts.

There are some other improvements to pages in notebooks. Firstly, you can now choose to show page previews in the navigation bar by heading over to View > Navigation Panes. The app also now lets you hide subpages in a notebook by clicking on the chevron beside all the main pages in a notebook which should help improve visibility for your crowded notebooks.

There are a bunch of other new things in the latest update for OneDrive: you can now find text on a page, Office’s Tell Me assistant is now integrated into OneNote, you can now get a list of all the changes in your shared notebook, you can now nickname a notebook, and lastly, you can now change the color of your notebook to any of the 16 preset colors.

The latest update for OneDrive is rolling out to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring right now, and you can get it from the Windows Store below.

OneNote
OneNote
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free

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