scribble and widget for ipad os 14
Make a better widget than existing one. As new ipad os 14 comed with awasome widget support .. it's time for OneNote to make a widget and get most out of it.
Allow directly take notes (handwritten/ type) in widget insted and of taking me to app and than start writing which is a lot time more time consuming process and it make existing widget use less.
For hand writting give a space like a blank board in widget who can force/motivate us to write down on it like stick note or new note so we can just input data from home screen.
Add photo directly to note/new note just by drag and drop on widget .
As apple support Scribble for converting handwriting to text from now on so it's time for us to make use of it OneNote.
( People here in Uservoice has been demanding this functionality since 5 or more years as I can see... don't you think it's too much of patience from our side ) please don't make fun of our trust in you guys as OneNote is our love inside an 🍎 product
And I pray for better pdf support (though I doubt for it to happen in my lifetime)
I created a little, free web app where you can use Scribble to convert your handwriting to text. Then you can copy it in OneNote. You can even use it quite comfortably in the split screen mode. Try it here: www.scribble-pro.com
Patrick Hynes commented
I just bought an apple pencil and was very excited to use onenote now I'm very disappointed!! Microsoft get your act together.
I switched to Apple Pages on iPadOS 14 to use Scribble. I greatly enjoy the experience and would like if OneNote receives an iPadOS 14 update in line with the features available to app developers
I second this. I would also add - another thing Scribble support brings is shape recognition - the "ink to shape" has some of this, but when I tried it it did not support all shapes that Apple's scribble supports (eg. Star shape). I use the star shape a lot to highlight important notes - so it would be great to have that.
An added level of integration would be if Onenote could tag a note "starred" using scribble as an important note - that would be awesome.