Microsoft is obviously changing its business strategy, as the software giant is showing an increased interest for users of its products and services that come from rivals like Apple, Google and others. That's why recently Microsoft has rolled out a major update to its iOS OneNote product line, adding new important features for iPhone and iPad users.
The updated application now comes with access to notes stored in OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online, and allows for inserting files and note reorganization and sharing. The latest OneNote version 2.3 for iOS brings users greater control over note creation, organization and access.
But not only iOS users were greeted with the new features, as version 15.2 for Mac users has brought along the same features. Mac owners can now have desktop access to notebooks stored in OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online.
This update also brings universal features like file insertion and document viewing to Mac, iPhone and iPad users. So, from now on users can insert Office documents, PDF files, PowerPoint decks and other content directly in to their notes.
iPhone and iPad users can now make use of the expanded share sheet integration feature, which allows to insert pictures and files originating in other apps like Mail. PDF documents can also be inserted as printouts, making in-app annotation much easier. Also, formatted content from webpages and other apps can now be copied and pasted into notes.
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