348 votesAnonymous commented
Dear Microsoft, the lack of a CORE functionality of Onenote on mobile devices (record audio and link with text) versus desktop is amazing, but not in a positive manner. Frankly, you shouldn't call it Onenote at all if it is deficient in a primary functionality. I just purchased an iPad Pro as I was told I could use "Onenote" on the device. As it turns out, after hours of online confusing research--followed by 45 minutes with MS support--I finally discover that Onenote for iOS is not the 'real' Onenote I have used for years. At a minimum, out of respect to your customer base, you should state clearly on your product website that the iOS version of Onenote is a crippled version vs the desktop for audio recording. Thank you. Now, I must invest even more time for a work-around.