My company has recently started using OneNote Online for idea sketching & brain storming. We are using Linux in our development environment and therefore are restricted to OneNote Online. Being able to draw and sketch in the Online App would be most beneficial to our productivity as well as the productivity of other companies in a similar situation.56 votes
Audio facility for OneNote online would-be a great feature, particularly within educational settings22 votes
We are pleased to let you know that this feature Audio Recording is now available in OneNote Online. Thank you for all your comments and feedback in helping us make OneNote better for everyone to use.
Try it like this:
1. Select an area on your page.
2. In OneNote Online select “Insert”
3. Select “Record Audio”
3. Approve any request to use your computer microphone
4. It is now recording. Press stop when you like to end it. Maximum length is currently 90 seconds.
You can play back the audio by selecting the small “play” part on the icon or press “play” from the menu.
Created audio is now WAV format. Playback depends on your browser.
You can find more information here.
OneNote Online Team
There needs to be an undo button, i keep making mistakes and it's hard to fix the mistakes with out the undo button
There needs to be an undo button, i keep making mistakes and it's hard to fix the mistakes without the undo button2 votes
In OneNote Online there is undo.
If you select the “home” menu you see the first part on the ribbon menu is two arrows for “undo”. When there is something to undo you can click on the left arrow, and to “undo the undo” you can click the right one.
From the keyboard can also use Ctrl+Z (Windows) or ⌘+Z (Mac) to undo your last actions.
Deleting an old unused Notebook seems to be an obvious and easy update!2 votes
You can delete notebooks by going to www.onedrive.com, locating the notebook you want to delete, right-clicking on it, and choosing Delete.
I am a student and I like to take notes with my peers in class. We currently use Microsoft word because of its real time collaboration in taking notes, but being able to do this in OneNote with its organizational powers would be just absolutely incredible and offers a significant advantage over Evernote1 vote
Hi Kevin, OneNote already supports this. If you are using a shared notebook, real-time co-editing is already available through either the apps or OneNote Online. You may find this blog post useful: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/descapa/archive/2012/08/20/sharing-in-onenote-2013.aspx
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