You can now create a new notebook, share it with others, and get on the same page – all from the convenience of an iPhone. Office Lens is now built into OneNote for iPhone, turning it into a pocket scanner so you can use it to take pictures of things like receipts or whiteboard notes. Then, with Office Lens you can trim, enhance and make pictures more readable. You’ll also find an improved the look and feel of OneNote on iOS 7.
Introduced just last month, OneNote for Mac quickly became one of the most popular free productivity apps for Mac, and remains among the top in the category. And now, it’s even better, with the ability to print notes, use Format Painter, drag and drop images, copy and paste formatted content and add shortened or more descriptive display names for links.
Head over to Office Blogs to read more about these improvements to OneNote.
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