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Microsoft on Tuesday rolled out a major update to its Apple-centric OneNote product line, adding new features like access to notes stored in OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online, inserting files and note reorganization and sharing.




With OneNote version 2.3 for iOS and version 15.2 for Mac, users now have greater control over note creation, organization and access.

According to Microsoft, a big want on customers' feature request lists was access to notebooks stored in OneDrive. Today's update brings that functionality to Mac owners, granting desktop access to notebooks stored in OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online, the latter being a subscription productivity service in Office 365.

The update also brings universal features like file insertion and document viewing to Mac, iPhone and iPad. Users can now insert Office documents, PDF files, PowerPoint decks and other content directly in to their notes. Viewing of the same media is also supported within OneNote or through Quick Look.

For iOS, expanded share sheet integration allows users to insert pictures and files originating in other apps like Mail. PDF documents can also be inserted as printouts, facilitating in-app annotation.

OneNote's new organization features are fairly basic, allowing users to change the order or move notes to other notebooks, which can now be created on iOS devices. In addition, formatted content from webpages and other apps can now be copied and pasted into notes.




Access control has been enhanced to lock or unlock password-protected note sections created in OneNote for Windows.

Finally, OneNote for Mac now lets users send notes via email as part of the message body, a welcome change from the previous solution of tacking them on as PDF attachments.

OneNote for iOS is a free 92.4MB download from the iOS App Store, while the Mac version comes in at 243MB and is available from the Mac App Store.
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243MB? Wowza...
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I'm glad that MS is putting its software behind Apple products. I could almost forgive them for screwing over the computer industry for decades.

Microsoft has seen the future and it's not WIndows...
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Yeah but why would we want to invest time and information in a M$ product that is really only there to help keep M$ relevant.
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I really like OneNote, I have even canceled my EverNote subscription because it, which was a days worth of work exporting everything. I think I've accumulated over 1GB of notes. I'm really hoping that the new iPad gets an active digitizer now because of apps like OneNote. I've absolutely fallen in love with sketching out ideas and writing everything down with my Surface Pro 3 but it's way too big to carry around. I don't want another Samsung Note as I'm done with Android devices that don't use a 100% pure Android build direct from Google, besides Touchwiz is just horrible beyond comprehension. An iPad mini would be the perfect size, unfortuantly I highly doubt Apple will accommodate me, maybe though, especially now that Apple is upping their game in Enterprise. In the mean time I will defiantly grab a new Nvidia Shield tablet to tie me over until the new iPads come out, it has an active digitizer pen, 1080p, that new awesome K1 CPU, 2GB RAM, not to mention built in HDMI and USB 3 and has a really cool Bluetooth gaming pad so I can play those Nvidia/Steam only titles while sitting in the hospital. My husband brought me my little Vivitek Qumi Q7 projector and my son let me use two of his Xbox 360 controllers, I'm having an absolute blast playing games on my Nokia 2520. Regardless of what people say about their not being any decent games for Windows 8 I have like 20 installed now, all top notch games, have you guys played Modern Combat 5 yet, so much fun, I'm also playing Halo; Spartan Assault, Asphalt 7: Heat and Nova 3 right now. There just mobile games but look fantastic on a my little 720P beamer.

I think I've mentioned this before but I'm in the childrens cancer ward, anyway while I was playing MC5 I had the volume kind of high on my 2 little Nokia Play speakers (great little Bluetooth speakers, a must buy!) and one by one kids started to piling into my room, I had 3 in my bed and four in my roommates bed, we had a lot of fun. Though we alarmed the nursing staff when they realized none of the kids were in their rooms. One of kids parents brought in a PlayStation 4 for us to use so once a day now after lunch all of the kids pile into my room for a gaming session. While 3 to 4 are playing on the beamer the rest have one of my tablets, I only brought three but I should have brought more. It was kind of cute, yesterday I had fallen asleep during one of or sessions and when I woke up I had two sleeping on top of me. The nurses have told me that all the children talk about is going to Relics room to play games after lunch, I even heard that one of the children kicked their parents out during a visit because he didnt want to be late to the game party. The staff have even been using it as an assentive, okay take a nap so you can be rested to play games. Basically I've become the wards adopted mommy, so now I'm never alone, with kids coming and going through out the day, the only problem is I never get the play, they hog the controllers. So to rectify this.....

I'm going to buy 10 Nvidia Shield tablets with their controllers and 10 normal Nvidia Shield handhelds as donations to the ward. They don't have much in the way of entertainment for the kids, their little nursery has old toys with missing parts, lots of old books, especially coloring books that have already beenn colored in, there is a big TV though and each individual bed has a little monitor with HDMI and composite inputs. So those who can't move from their bed could plug in the Shield and play games. I contacted the Nvidia office in Switzerland and they put me in touch with their public relations girl who was an absolute splendid person to talk with, she needs to get autborization but it looks like for every Shield product that I purchase for donation their going to match it with another, including T-shirts, accessories like bags, HDMI cables and cases, games of course and other Nvidia Swag. So I figure I'll buy 10 tp 15 depending on the deal Nvidia gives me and with another 10 from Nvidia the ward should have enough for everyone. It's a small gesture on my part, I just want to see these little guys happy. The Shield tablet with A controller and Shield Portable really are good products for kids, it's built tough, fast enough for whatever game they throw at it and now that Steam is releasing their full fledged PC titles like Doom 3, Portal 2, Team Fortress and Half Life 2 for it, kids won't be stuck with just playing mobile titles. I have to say though games like Modern Combat 5 are getting pretty darn close to console level, I am seriously impressed with this game.

Nvidia Shield Tablet with new controller.
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Nvidia Shield Portable, also has built in HDMI which is important, kids can connect it to their little TV's.
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What do you guys think, with the deal Nvidia gave me these are pretty perfect for them, right? I know an iPad would have probably been better as there is more games but their just too expensive, plus I would have had to purchase the HDMI dongle for each one which are easily lost, a bluetooth controller and to be honest playing games through the HDMI dongle just isn't very good, at least no where as good as the Shield. Plus Nvidia was just so quick to respond, more then happy to help and even offered to deliver the devices to show the kids how to use them. The kids will most likely have to wear their Nvidia Shields t-shirts and have a photo taken of them for the Nvidia corporate site but its a small price to pay for free swag. Plus it would be fun for them for the kids to open up their toys. Granted they won't be able to take them home but I talked with the hospital and Nvidia about this and they might start selling the Shield portable in their Kiosk, heheh, gimme a day and I can negotiate anything. I did thiss because you know there is no way one of those kids will allow their parents to take them home from the hospital without one of those gaming devices. Relic, spokesperson for the new Nvidia Shield, I'm making cards now.
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relic...bless your heart!

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You can play Half Life 2 on a Shield?  I thought it was Android based?

 

That's a great story Relic, hang in there, the world needs more of you! :)

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I'm glad that MS is putting its software behind Apple products. I could almost forgive them for screwing over the computer industry for decades.

Microsoft has seen the future and it's not WIndows...

Yeah ... but there are such better software companies out there to choose from to run on our Apple equipment ... just die Microsoft ...
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relic...bless your heart!

Thank you but it was more of a selfish gesture, I want to play games too! It's hard not to do anything, this is something I know they would appreciate, I was going to donate money to the ward anyway, this way I can not only see what my money is doing but this actually might be a start of something new for me. I'm not working right now and I'm getting kind of bored. If I can strengthen my relationship with Nvidia which I'm off to a great start by the way, I think this something that I could take to childrens hospitals throughout Switzerland. I know lots of wealthy people who donate wihout ever getting envolved. If I can get convince enough of those sponsers I will make sure that every child who is suffering in a hospital bed will have something to smile about. This is also great marketing for Nvidia as it's a way to introduce their products to a whole lot of people, not only the kids who are sick, but siblings, hospital staff, heck even the parents. Nvidia sees this and are willing to try, so I will see how it goes this time and then expand my efforts to another hospital. I got the idea after talking with public relations office for Nvidia, these people are just fantastic and are willing to help, I just need to start getting money together. Its time for a good old fashion benfit.
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You can play Half Life 2 on a Shield?  I thought it was Android based?

That's a great story Relic, hang in there, the world needs more of you! 1smile.gif

Yep, Steam is releasing their entire catalog for the Shield.
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Yeah ... but there are such better software companies out there to choose from to run on our Apple equipment ... just die Microsoft ...

They released Office for iPad and now OneNote, what more do you want from them, geesh man.
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Yeah ... but there are such better software companies out there to choose from to run on our Apple equipment ... just die Microsoft ...

OneNote is good software, I use it pretty much every day on Windows and Mac and am very happy with it.  Don't let old rivalries influence you into making petty decisions.

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They released Office for iPad and now OneNote, what more do you want from them, geesh man.

I already said what I want ... die Microsoft die ...

Of course I am kidding! I really want a long slow painful decline into obscurity and oblivion and over at least a decade. 1biggrin.gif
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OneNote is good software, I use it pretty much every day on Windows and Mac and am very happy with it.  Don't let old rivalries influence you into making petty decisions.

Believe me, after all these years, I'd be thrilled if Microsoft's claim to fame ends up being for a good piece of software for the Apple devices called OneNote. 1biggrin.gif
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A quick note, the release can't access notebooks stored on sharepoint.
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This is a bit misleading. From my experience the ONLY place you could store data for OSX OneNote was on OneDrive There is no local storage of data - you must be online and "connected to the cloud".

I use OneNote heavily under Windows for work. With local storage. I tried OneNote for OSX because I wanted the same functionality on the Mac. After trying out Mac OneNote and finding you had no local storage I removed it from my Mac and wrote a note to Microsoft stating my reasons why.

I am willing to bet that local data storage was the biggest request Microsoft gets. Build a real app that allows you to store info locally Microsoft, and you will get my business.

I don't need a half-baked product the requires you to store all your data in the cloud. All note taking solutions that force you to use the cloud for storage are a failure.
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This is a bit misleading. From my experience the ONLY place you could store data for OSX OneNote was on OneDrive There is no local storage of data - you must be online and "connected to the cloud".

I use OneNote heavily under Windows for work. With local storage. I tried OneNote for OSX because I wanted the same functionality on the Mac. After trying out Mac OneNote and finding you had no local storage I removed it from my Mac and wrote a note to Microsoft stating my reasons why.

I am willing to bet that local data storage was the biggest request Microsoft gets. Build a real app that allows you to store info locally Microsoft, and you will get my business.

I don't need a half-baked product the requires you to store all your data in the cloud. All note taking solutions that force you to use the cloud for storage are a failure.

Isn't it just like Microsoft to do the job 9/10 of the way. I applaud MS for thinking of Apple first, but to see a half-arsed job is like MS is putting their corporate logo on the almost- finished product.
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The only thing preventing me from using OneNote is it's inability to take notes with audio. I suppose I could simply record the audio using another app then insert that into the document but what a mission when apps like AudioNote and Notability can do it internally. Hell even Evernote can do it but I don't like Evernote because you need an always on connection to the internet for it to work which I don't always have because my iPad is not 3G.

Otherwise it's not a bad app at all.
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Isn't it just like Microsoft to do the job 9/10 of the way. I applaud MS for thinking of Apple first, but to see a half-arsed job is like MS is putting their corporate logo on the almost- finished product.

It is finished product, but to MS vision... or lack of it. Even Widows Phone version of OneNote does not have access to local storage, only cloud. x86 versions can access both.
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The only thing preventing me from using OneNote is it's inability to take notes with audio. I suppose I could simply record the audio using another app then insert that into the document but what a mission when apps like AudioNote and Notability can do it internally. Hell even Evernote can do it but I don't like Evernote because you need an always on connection to the internet for it to work which I don't always have because my iPad is not 3G.

Otherwise it's not a bad app at all.

Even the recent versions? Windows Phone version definitely can record (and insert) audio clips into notes. I was under impression that iOS version is on the same level with WP version...
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Even the recent versions? Windows Phone version definitely can record (and insert) audio clips into notes. I was under impression that iOS version is on the same level with WP version...

So can the Android version but the Windows Mobile 8 version is much better at audio. You can always insert the audio after recording it from another app. Audio notes are pretty important to me too.
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This is a bit misleading. From my experience the ONLY place you could store data for OSX OneNote was on OneDrive There is no local storage of data - you must be online and "connected to the cloud".

I use OneNote heavily under Windows for work. With local storage. I tried OneNote for OSX because I wanted the same functionality on the Mac. After trying out Mac OneNote and finding you had no local storage I removed it from my Mac and wrote a note to Microsoft stating my reasons why.

I am willing to bet that local data storage was the biggest request Microsoft gets. Build a real app that allows you to store info locally Microsoft, and you will get my business.

I don't need a half-baked product the requires you to store all your data in the cloud. All note taking solutions that force you to use the cloud for storage are a failure.

Of course you can create Notes offline, that would be ridiculous if you couldn't. All you need to do is login and sync once, this creates the necessary local structure and then your good to go. This is all covered in the manual, I would try reading such things in the future before going of on a rant.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-001/onenote-help/can-i-work-offline-HA104035289.aspx?CTT=5&origin=HA104033710
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It is finished product, but to MS vision... or lack of it. Even Widows Phone version of OneNote does not have access to local storage, only cloud. x86 versions can access both.

Yes it does, I use OneNote offline on my Nokia 1020 all the time, where do you guys come up with this stuff. Once you sync for the first time in, iOS, Android or WM8 it syncs everything to your local file system, when that is finished your free to work offline as much as you want, then once you reconnect it will sync with the cloud, OneDrive would be the dumbest app of all time if you couldn't work offline.
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Isn't it just like Microsoft to do the job 9/10 of the way. I applaud MS for thinking of Apple first, but to see a half-arsed job is like MS is putting their corporate logo on the almost- finished product..

Then this is what happens, others start chiming in about something that is not only incorrect but didn't bother to do any research themselves, it's so much more enjoyable to fire first and then let God sort'm out later.
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I'm a huge OneNote fan with notebooks going back to 2007 or so. The initial release for OS X and iOS left me wanting more. I really wish it sync'd via iCloud instead of Microsoft's cloud. I'll give this latest version another look to see if it finally is usable. 

 

Yes, the binary image is ginormous by iOS app standards but so are all of the full featured apps like Pages, Numbers, and KeyNote.

 

I'm still waiting for Microsoft to port Visio to OS X and iOS.  

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Even the recent versions? Windows Phone version definitely can record (and insert) audio clips into notes. I was under impression that iOS version is on the same level with WP version...

 

It doesn't seem like it. I get a very simple interface where I can add a photo but I can't find anywhere to record audio directly into a note.

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Relic - loved your post! You're a great story-teller; always amusing and interesting.

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I really wish it sync'd via iCloud instead of Microsoft's cloud.

Any particular reason?  I find OneDrive to be a very good service, fast, easy to use, well integrated, and plenty of storage.

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Any particular reason?  I find OneDrive to be a very good service, fast, easy to use, well integrated, and plenty of storage.

So do I, in fact out of the 6 cloud storages that I currently use; Box(75GB,Free), DropBox(50GB,Free), Google Drive(2TB,120.00,1TB free for 2Y ChromeBook Pixel, 1TB subscription), iCloud(50GB,100.00,1Y) and Asus Webstorage(500GB,80.00,1Y Free, 3Y contract), OneDrive(1.275TB, 1TB subscription, 200GB for 2Y from my Surface 3and 75 I got for free) is my personal favorite, fast upload and download speeds, great online apps (Word,Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook) and storage pricing for business is simply amazing, 2.50 a month for 1TB, my husband added the kids and I to his firms account, the kids account is just all movies and music ripped from or DVD's and CD's. Which has been really convienant for me while in the hospital, I just click on OneDrive with my Nokia 1020 or 2520, choose a movie and click play, 1080p streams flawlessly. Google Drive is also really great for storing media, the fastest service I have is Asus Web Storage. I use iCloud solely for my iPad, as it doesn't have a filemanager this is the closest thing to it. Their service is also really expensive when compared to the others so unfortunaly I only have 50GB. Normally the other services award their users with free storage every year, for instance with Box, I started out with only 5GB and they just kept giving me a little more free every year, same with DropBox and OneDrive. Apple so far, nothing and they are still charging 100CHF for only 50GB of storage, Google offers 1TB for 120CHF so I'm hoping they'll lower their costs significantly. I read somewhere Apple was supposed to have already done this but my bills are still the same, any word on this?
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Relic - loved your post! You're a great story-teller; always amusing and interesting.

Thank you, so Nvidia came through for the kids. Their going to charge me 300.00 per Shield Tablet, which includes the Shield Wireless Controller, a Monster brand HDMI cable, case with rear stand and a little carrying bag, about 120.00 worth of accessories for free, 200.O0 per Shield Portable, which also includes a carrying bag and the Monster HDMI cable. So I purchased 5 Shield Tablets and 10 Shield Portables tablets, with Nvidia matching my purchases that's 30 total units in which we've received 5 of each so far, with the remainder arriving next week. As a special thank you to me I got a developers version of the Shield Tablet, identical to the normal model but with 4GB of RAM instead of 2GB, it also has a bunch of Dev software. Talking about software, each device came with a 50CHF Google Play card and a 25CHF Nvidia Play card for their Nvidia enhanced GPU only games. The nurses are going to assign each bed with one device, using a label maker to show the bed number behind them, makes sense. I haven't had time to play with mine yet, been to busy setting up the other 10. So far I'm pretty impressed with how fast these things are, games like Doom 3 look amazing on my little beamer, but that's a really scary game. I screamed every time one of those imp thingies jumped out, which made the kids giggle, I think their desensitized to such things but I can't watch them play unless one of them is sitting on my lap for me to squeeze on too.
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Apple so far, nothing and they are still charging 100CHF for only 50GB of storage, Google offers 1TB for 120CHF so I'm hoping they'll lower their costs significantly. I read somewhere Apple was supposed to have already done this but my bills are still the same, any word on this?

If I remember the WWDC Keynote correctly the boost in memory will come with the release of the new OSes. I think developers got it right away, but not the general public. Some of the cloud storage providers, like MS, adjusted their prices and size quickly to be competitive.

Speaking of memory:



Let's see if this would float in anyone's cloud!! 1wink.gif
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I'm a huge OneNote fan with notebooks going back to 2007 or so. The initial release for OS X and iOS left me wanting more. I really wish it sync'd via iCloud instead of Microsoft's cloud. I'll give this latest version another look to see if it finally is usable. 

Yes, the binary image is ginormous by iOS app standards but so are all of the full featured apps like Pages, Numbers, and KeyNote.

I'm still waiting for Microsoft to port Visio to OS X and iOS.  

MS is working on a cloud based version of Visio but until then, Check out this fantastic alternative.
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