Microsoft today released an update for OneNote on iPhone, iPad and Mac with new features. OneNote now looks on the bigger screens of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Also, they have fixed no.of bugs in addition to the new features.
Find the summary of new features below.
- By taking advantage of new iOS 8 functionality, Microsoft has made it easy to insert file attachments and printouts you’ve stored in the cloud without even leaving OneNote.
- In OneNote for iPad, tap Insert and then choose either File or PDF Printout; in OneNote for iPhone, tap anywhere on a page to bring up the keyboard, then tap the paperclip icon on the command bar above the keyboard. From here, choose your favorite cloud storage service—tap on Location if you don’t see it in the list—and you’ll be able to insert files into your notes!
- In addition to the ability to unlock your existing password protected sections in OneNote for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, you can now also create new password protected sections, or change or remove a password.
- If you’re running iOS 8 and have a Touch ID-enabled device, we have another treat for you—you can now unlock password protected sections with your fingerprint.
- You can arrange your notes exactly the way you want them on the go.
- Go to any section, then pull down on the page list until you see the last sync time and the Edit button. Tap on Edit and you’ll be able to reorder pages, move them to another section, or create subpages to organize your notes in the way that’s most meaningful to you.
In addition to these new features, Microsoft has added support for SharePoint Server notebooks in OneNote for Mac, iPhone, or iPad.