OneNote Android Missing Key Features [Oct-2019]
OneNote on Android is in desperate need of an update!
Well, the tablet version at least.
It's lacking so many features that the Windows and iOS/iPadOS have built-in. I recently bought a Samsung Tab S6, it would be great if the Android developers of this Microsoft product spend some time in this space. This is the best Android tablet in a long time, it would be great to see some of the basic features added such as:
Insert toolbar missing features
- An insert table button !!!
Draw toolbar missing features
- Maths!!! draw to text equation support
- Ink to shape
Basic S Pen support would be good as well.
Please prioritize the development of these features. If not make the code open-source and ill contribute to the project :P
Lara Mendes commented
I just bought a Samsung Tab S7+ for taking notes and give classes online im my university!
Before I had a Windows tablet and now i feel that for the Onenote Android the missing of toolbar for math, ink to shape, and the intelligent crop screen tool to select an image (from a pdf, word, powerpoint) and put it in to onenote will make me and my students change to another sistem for tacking notes!
Please Onenote team implemente these features as soom is possible for the android version!
thanks im advance!
Will we ever get these features 🙄🙄I am hungry for these features! Please OneNote team please implement these features! I will be grateful to you all!
I dont get, how it takes them so long to add these key features...
I echo many of the comments here. Given the *********** of Android phones and pads, it is surprising that Microsoft does not update this. Hopefully someone out there is reading these web fora and considering to listen to the comments and make some updates
I for one really like the Tag / Flag / Reminder integration with the Desktop App and ToDo...please please please add that to the Android version of the app soon...
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In my eyes a decent stylus support (disable standard touch/finger input) for the smartphone version would be the most important feature. It is not possible to take some notes without making strange points and lines or activate something from the menu with your resting hand.
In Advance the stylus support could allow similar features as on a surface, for example moving elements with the finger while drawing mode with stylus is activated.
Please add at least the basic needs for decent note taking with a stylus.
Aikram Uddin commented
Keyboard shortcuts would also be nice to add
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Not sure if it's been mentioned but I'd love to see the Pencil pen tool cause I use that for annoting my diagrams on my notes. 120Hz display support for the Samsung Tab S7/S7+ too would be fantastic! All the other features here are stuff that I'd love to see on the android version because it make my daily uni life so much easier. Essentially OneNote Android = OneNote for Windows 10!
Well, the list of missing functionality for onenote for andriod can go on. The basic functionality like fullscreen mode is missing in android. Such a shame on microsoft.
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I also have a tab S6 and cannot use the basic keyboard shortcuts such as ctrl+B, I or U. Even making a start on these would be great!
Pete Wane commented
Would really love to see symbols and ink to shape features!!
Erik Wright commented
You can't even sort notes by date or name yet, something that Android file manager apps have been able to do since 2008.
I get that features take time to roll out to different platforms - there are priorities in software development. However, releasing the app without core features across each platform creates such feature disparity that your users won't buy your product.
It's little things like these that keep me from forking over my cash for a Microsoft 365 subscription.
I really agree with you I have also s6 tab
Alot of feature missing like inserting multiple photos while drawing
If I insert a photo and start editing or writing with s pen on it then I can't insert another pic or PDF
Kay Wojnarski commented
It would be really nice to see the Classroom menu features from iPad available on Android.
I couldn't agree more - I am a mature student and have used one note on my laptop for years, recently it died and I went for something smaller and more streamline the Samsung S6 Tab - I love this little "Tabtop" what I don't love is the drastic loss of function of the microsoft apps on the android platform!
Whilst having to review my notes post lecture to ensure I have concepts correctly noted dow, I find that I am spending a huge amount of time my formatting the document, so that I can add in α, β and γ (I am a bio-science student so use these regularly), these should already be included, additionally shortcuts like ctrl x and ctrl v do not work either - which is most frustrating
These little things, when you are frantically trying to keep up with the lecture and work load are quite important and are a massive shortfall for people like me who like to use one note for lecture notes.
I 100% agree, the android version of OneNote is unusable... As much as I love it I can't tolerate it on my tablet; I use Samsung Notes and Squid.
Luke Sewing commented
I am pretty disappointed with OneNote for android. The drawing functions are so limited with the android version. If I can find a good alternative I will switch to another note app. Why do they have this discrepancy between the IOS and WIndows app compared with the android app?