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OneNote for W10 √

Lots of new features have been released for the « App » version of OneNote this year (see this Microsoft Blog post for a review), and there is more to come for sure !

Recently, Microsoft brought an option to test coming features on OneNote for W10 : all you have to do is activate the « experimental features » in Settings/Options/OneNote Preview.

The new UI improves how the different Notebooks, Sections, Sections Group (which can be expanded or collapsed) and pages are shown, and facilitate the navigation.

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Look of the new UI

 

Note the addition of the New Page / New Section button, on the bottom of the screen.

This is a most welcome improvement, which brings OneNote App closer to its other versions.

 

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Compare OneNote App (on the left) with OneNote Online (on the right) : spot the differences if you can !

 

 

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Comparing OneNote App (on the left) with OneNote desktop (on the right)

 

See WinSupersite coverage on this new feature, with a nice slideshow.

 

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Updated 19/02/2017 : A new feature has surfaced : you can now hide the note’ thumbnail :

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Sorry for the screen capture in French : it’s the second option below « Experimental feature »

 

Update 12/03/2017 : This option is now integrated in the View tab :

 

 

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Navigation options in the View menu

 

 

 

 

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The 2nd option (thumbnail preview) in the Settings have vanished.

 

 

While there are some quirks with the navigation (due to the removal of the hamburger menu) –  that may be solved in the final release.

See MSPowerUser, which acknowledge clearly the required fine tuning. Updated 19/02/2017 : the hamburger menu (≡) has completely vanished, and the functionality works perfectly well now. To be honest, there is still a small visual issue (not functional) : the minus and plus button are incomplete.

 

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On a Surface Pro 3, with 2160 x 1440 resolution (scale 150%)

 

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On a PC, with 1280 x 1024 resolution (100% scale)

 

 

 

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