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    OneNote for Windows needs to match the integration with other Office collaboration features that were in OneNote 2016. I use OneNote all day in every IT and consulting call I make. With OneNote 2016, I opened each Outlook Meeting Invite, and clicked the Meeting Notes command to launch the dialog to select Take Notes on My Own or Shared Note. Choosing either would allow me to select what notebook and section to create a new note page, and then seamlessly created the page. As others mentioned, the integration with Skype was also excellent to have a record of who attended. With Teams replacing Skype that was lost, and with OneNote for Windows even more integration is lost. Why take steps backwards in capabilities that have been reliable for years?

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    OneNote for Windows 10 does not have the capability to create Outlook Tasks as does OneNote 2016. I drive global Microsoft deployment projects and manage them primarily from OneNote. Outlook task creation and assignment during meetings from notes is critical. The "To Do" does nothing outside of the individual note page, is not collaborative, and does not appear in the Outlook running tasks. The OneNote 2016 feature was excellent in every way to enable that workflow. Please add.

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