Android app so bad it's not usable. I use OneNote a lot, including on a Mac at work, PC at home, on an iPad and on my android phone. The android app, however, is now so bad at syncing that I no longer consider OneNote on my phone as an option. Even clearing data, cache, uninstalling and reinstalling retrieves out of date notebooks! A sync tool needs to be reliable. On the other platforms it is, unfortunately here, not so much.
Does not have an option to configure my spen button to eraser. Makes it harder to use than squid. Also, if taking typing notes and then switching to pen, editing can become a disaster as if you need to add spaces, only the words will move while the ink will stay in place. Not hard to fix on a small document, longer documents it becomes a hassle.
This app is free and still it is good.But there are some flaws that need to be corrected: 1) Cropping and editing images which are inserted in notes.) Batch select and batch editing is not supported.3)Password lock notes and notebooks.4) High app size.These common features are there in evernote and other note taking apps as well.
Does the one note group have two teams, one for mobile and one for desktop? Perhaps one additional one for Windows universal? And do they lock those teams into separate rooms with out any access to the other teams, and without access to use their own versions, or the other teams versions? This is so fragmented and missing such a simple and obvious ux; hiarchy. It hints that it's there... with an arrow. A friggen obnoxious arrow placed to torment the intuitive among us. But it dies nothing. Nothing at all. For years, the OneNote mobile team has assumed their users have one screen worth if notes and that's it. Scrolling isn't an issue. So why compliment what every other version of this software franchise has, and every other version if any nite taking apps have? Let them eat cake, is the montra at Microsoft. We are the new Apple, and we say you're doing it wrong. Evernote is SUCH a better app.
Excellent for notes, short and medium. Great when using multiple devices (PC, tablet, phone) because it is so easy to pick up where you left off. I haven't explored all of the features, but those I have used have performed flawlessly.
The app works fine, but it's doesn't support the option to move it to sd card on android 4.44 kit kat. Please enable it , we can't afford to have a 140mb application on the device memory. Thank you
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