• Why there isn’t just one OneNote

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    ISSUE 19.24 • 2022-06-13


    Mary Branscombe

    By Mary Branscombe

    OneNote started out on Windows, and it’s been a sleeper success — but getting the full set of features has been confusing.

    OneNote was always intended to be the one place that you put your notes — and all the other information you need to hang on to — “Things to do, important stuff to remember, things to review, and a bunch of stuff you think you might need some day but can’t be sure,” as Chris Pratley put it when describing his original idea for OneNote back in 2000.

    It’s supremely useful for that.

    Read the full story in our Plus Newsletter (19.24.0, 2022-06-13).
    This story also appears in our public Newsletter.