Tuesday marked an important update for the OneNote product for Microsoft. The latest release updates the ability to open work notes and more using a touch interface, and it is available now on the Windows Store for users around the world.
The latest OneNote release gives users a much desired touch interface for them to input notes and to navigate through the OneNote program. It is easily updated in the WIndows 8 store, and is available with users downloading it in droves for their touch devices.
Now Dismiss the Keyboard
The updates made to the OneNote app allows users to dismiss the on-screen keyboard. It lets users focus on the notes, and now see the entire note on their screen for reading. Just tap an empty space and the keyboard goes away, a much needed fix.
Now Usable With Office 365
The latest updates to the OneNote program also let users sign in using their Office 365 subscription plan, and that should please many individual, family, business, and enterprise users. This ability to sign in using the Office 365 credentials gives users the ability to access their work notes from anywhere and should give OneNote even more users in the future.
See More Notes Easily
Effective today on the OneNote program, users just need to press “More Notebooks” and then press “Add A Work or School Account to see more notebooks”, and they can sign in with their work or school account. This will let users see their most recently used notebooks, with the ability to touch or tap it to open it.
It is important to note that the OneNote update is very important to those who use the OneNote program on a very regular basis. OneNote is used often by students to take notes in classes in colleges and universities, and by business workers to take notes during meetings. The current ability to view and edit work and school notes with the Office 365 subscription gives OneNote even more users in the future and should please even the most hardcore OneNote users in the world. The touch interface will give OneNote the push it needs to help users embrace OneNote and use it to the fullest potential that it offers.