Please don’t make us wait until after iOS 13 to finally get this feature.
Imagine them supporting the Siri Shortcuts feature for iOS 12 but still not supporting the drag and drop feature from iOS 11.
It doesn’t make sense that you allow us to use the Apple Pencil but not the pressure sensitivity and tilt support from the Apple Pencil.
Optimize OneNote for the iPad Pro.
Since this is the iOS version of OneNote it only makes sense to introduce pressure sensitivity and tilt support for the Apple Pencil.
We are not asking for a feature from the Windows 10 or Android version or even the premium Windows 10 version of OneNote in the Office 365 subscription. We are asking to use the Apple Pencil to its full potential seeing as how you guys decided to release OneNote on the iPad Pro instead of just regular iPads or iPhones.
This would be another way of optimizing OneNote for the iPad.
If you release an iOS version of OneNote you need to take advantage of the platform you are on.
I tried it out on an iPad Pro. Can’t seem to drag and drop a URL from the Apple Safari app into the OneNote app. Anyone else run into this problem?
Will OneNote get this iOS 11 feature before iOS 12 is released?
Even if they do eventually introduce this feature OneNote has built a reputation for not being a leader or at the forefront when it comes to being fully optimized when the newest iOS version is released.
Without this feature and inline drawing Microsoft OneNote is still not optimized for iOS 11.
Does anyone else feel like you’re using an iOS 10 version of the app because certain iOS 11 features are still missing?
I agree. It would be much better than having to go back-and-forth from the play/pause button to the word in the text that you want to start reading at.
It doesn’t make sense that we can embed video onto a page but we still can’t record and add video from our device’s camera. Please fix this.
You can do this exact thing in the Apple Pages app when using the Add Drawing feature.
Let’s see if OneNote can implement it as well.
Microsoft ToDo should become a notebook. Each list becomes a section and each note becomes a page.
Now that Wunderlist is part of the Microsoft family OneNote and ToDo should work together when it comes to notetaking.
Microsoft ToDo shouldn’t have its own small notetaking toolset for users when OneNote has so much more available.
Maybe we should stop asking for this feature here and start asking for it on Twitter.
2018 is almost over. Can we get a progress report please? If the current person responsible for answering our feedback is no longer available they should be replaced with someone else. How can there be no response since 2015? Users shouldn’t be left in the dark.
Drastic change is order for the iPad and iPhone forum in preparation for 2019.
The fact that the top 3 requested features date back to 2015 shows that something is wrong and it needs to be fixed immediately.
If nothing is being done on the iPad and iPhone forum should the OneNote Twitter account be bombarded with our requests instead so something is finally done?
Will our voices be heard better on Twitter than here?
Users shouldn’t have to pay additional money or join a program to have access to basic tools.
They shouldn’t be withheld from users across all platforms.
These are digital versions of preexisting tools before the invention of OneNote not digital tools that were created for the first time ever specifically for OneNote.
Withholding the Ink Replay feature is different than withholding the pencil or ruler or marker tool.
Any basic tools should come with the app when downloaded.
It should be a rule of thumb that any tool a user had access to before OneNote existed should not become a Windows exclusive feature.
It should also state the degree while the selected item is rotated.
Below “Current Section” there should be a “Current Page” option.
Since a page is an infinite canvas a “search page” feature should accompany it.
We shouldn’t have to scroll around the infinite canvas to find that one word or image.
We also need a reminders feature to do a weekly, monthly or yearly review of certain pages before choosing to delete or keep them.
Since there is a list feature there needs to be a time and location reminder feature to accompany it.