Microsoft Updates OneNote For Apple Products

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Microsoft debuted a number of changes to OneNote for Apple products — iPad, iPhone, and Mac — today that broaden the functionality of the note-taking tool.

Users of OneNote for Mac can now connect to OneDrive for Business accounts. Across all three devices, OneNote users can now add files to their ‘notebooks.’ On iPad and iPhone, users will be able to insert files sent to their email inbox as well.

Added to the mix is the ability to access password protected files on each of the devices. Improved copy and pasting technology is also coming for iPad, iPhone, and Mac.

Small updates, but worth noting in the following context: Microsoft debuted updates to OneNote on a rival platform, not in sync with updates to OneNote for its own platforms. That’s to say that the software company’s OneNote development cycle for iOS and Mac is likely independent of its Windows and Windows Phone cadence. Interesting.

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