The Windows version allows multiple OneNote windows to be open with the use of ctrl + M. However the Mac version doesn't have this function at all, which is a great shame as having, simultaneously, two windows open can greatly enhance productivity.1,741 votes
We have shipped multi window support for Mac OneNote. Here are the various ways to create a new window -
• View Tab → New Window
• Application ‘Window’ Menu → New Window
• Right click on Dock icon → New Window
• Right click on a Notebook/Section Group/Section/Page → Open in New Window
• Shortcut Key: CTRL + m (matching Windows)
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Vote for this if you want to be able to capture screenshots in OneNote for Mac and insert them into your notes.1,802 votes
Thank you for the feedback, Everyone should have this capability with the newest update, i.e. version 16.29 or greater. You can find this option in from the “Insert” tab > “Screenshot”.
Vote for this if you want to be able to use notebooks stored on SharePoint/Office 365 in OneNote for Mac.12 votes
Good news! We released an update to OneNote for Mac just yesterday that includes this feature. Please update to the latest version of OneNote from the App Store and give it a try!
Vote for this if you want to be able to insert PDF documents into your notes in order to annotate and/or preserve them in OneNote for Mac.26 votes
Good news! You can now use OneNote for Mac to insert PDFs and annotate them. We added this feature in the update released just yesterday. Please update to the latest version of OneNote for Mac from the App Store and try it out by clicking Insert and choosing PDF Printout!
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