Microsoft has rolled out a new update for their OneNote Windows 8 application, which brings with it a couple of brand new features to the app.
One of the main new features is the ability to now sync with Office 365 OneNote documents, making it easier to access your notebooks on SkyDrive.
Now when you log into Office 365, the OneNote Windows 8 app will now show you a list of your most recent notebooks, and allow you to open and edit them. Microsoft explain a little more about the custom open enhancements in this OneNote Windows 8 update.
“We’ve spent the last few months talking with our customers, reading reviews and gathering feedback. Many of you wanted better pen customization while drawing and handwriting, as well as the ability to quickly flip between customized pens. We’re happy to share that you can now do both in the updated app.”
The new OneNote Windows 8 update also provides a number of bug fixes and is available to purchase from the Windows Store for free. For more information on the new OneNote Windows 8 jump over to the MS Office Blog website for details.
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