Enable teachers to see into Collaboration areas in Classroom OneNote that have been password protected.2 votes
We no longer support Classroom. it has become a part of the Microsoft Teams for Education.
Click this link to learn more. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/microsoft-teams-5aa4431a-8a3c-4aa5-87a6-b6401abea114?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US
After uploading an image, I'd love to be able to crop it quickly in OneNote. Sometimes I have a screenshot that I upload and want to remove the browser bar, or other remainders of the screen. Now I need to process the image first and use other tools before I can upload it.78 votes
No longer do you need to edit your images before adding them to OneNote!
To crop, right click the image and click Image Crop. Drag the handles to set the final image, then click Crop.
Let us know if you find problems.
OneNote Online Team
It would be great to drag and drop documents like Excel Sheets into my OneNote Online. This is because I really like to organize my Meeting Protocols with OneNote but the protocols need to be native *xls and OneNote is not installed on all Meeting Laptops so I have to use the online Version.43 votes
You can now add any file to a page within OneNote Online using file attachment. For more information on this capability, view this blog. https://blogs.office.com/2015/11/12/onenote-in-november-embed-video-record-audio-insert-files-and-more/
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.
When a notebook has been deleted in the Office 365 portal, the Notebook name still appears on my online OneNote main view. If the Notebook was deleted, it should no longer be visible in that view.5 votes
We are pleased to let you know that we improved the notebooks list view. For school and work accounts, the ‘Notebooks’ Page includes both notebooks on your personal OneDrive and notebooks that you have recently accessed.
Now you can remove notebooks from your recently accessed list if they are no longer relevant, or if they no longer exist. Simply hover over the unwanted notebook and click the cross that appears
Note, this does not delete the notebook itself from OneDrive, only clears it from the online ‘Notebooks’ list.
OneNote Online Team
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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