Onenote gets updated with lots of new features for Windows 10 Insiders


Onenote is a cross platform note taking app from Microsoft. This app is available for android, iOS, Windows Phone, Windows 10 and also as a win32 software bundled with Office 365. Couple of new features added with todays update are –

  • Password protection: The ability to password protect notebook sections as well as change passwords and unlocking protected sections
  • New page creation control: You can now create a new page below the highlighted page by selecting the command in the context menu (previously, you could only add a new page at the bottom of the page list)
  • Bullet list gallery: Users can now choose from eight bullet styles instead of just the one provided in the past
  • Paragraph handles
  • Drag and drop notebook list reordering
  • Section group renaming
  • Image saving: Images can now be saved from OneNote via the context menu
  • File attachment saving: File attachments can now also be saved from OneNote via a context menu command
  • Shapes gallery: Shapes can now be inserted via the Insert tab while holding Shift while inserting creates a perfect shape
  • Table support: Almost all table features are now included except the options for ‘Hide Borders’ and ‘Header Row’

If you are already a Windows Insider then you can get the update from store.


Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free