There should be a feature that highlights where the term you have searched for is on the page. I am having a lot of difficulty with this and would appreciate any advice.3 votes
Note that this already exists in OneNote Online today.
When searching search not only a word but a phrase. Like find in web page would do.1 vote
Note that using quotes eg. “my phrase” will do this today.
WHY DO I GET A NEW MAIL EVERYTIME SOMEONE EDITS A NOTEBOOK AND THIS STUPID UNSUBSCRIBE LINK DOESNT WORK EITHER!!!2 votes
Note that you can disable email notifications today, here is a support article on how to do this: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/turn-off-email-notifications-in-onenote-04319aaf-500f-48a3-a4d5-94e209c20ae6.
I recently upgraded (mistake) to Windows 10. OneNote 2016 in now connected to the cloud. As I logged into to OneDrive this morning to access my data, there is NO SEARCH box within OneNote when accessing data online? The desktop versions of OneNote you can easily search for data. I'm lost without it, where is the search feature?12 votes
Thank you for your feedback. Note that the search box exists in OneNote Online today.
can we add a 3 section like section page and subpage5 votes
Note that you can create sub pages today by intending a page in the page list.
There has to be a drawing and equation maker and the ability to embed documents, spreadsheets, and presentations.
There has to be a drawing and equation maker and the ability to embed documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Also there needs to be the ability to create section groups and section group folders. This would be great for high school and college students, and even industrial workers because then it would be more efficient for Chromebook users, and there wouldn't have to be much struggle for users who don't have OneNote on their PC or Mac.12 votes
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