Its interface is quite similar to that of the other applications in the Office suite, with the most common tools included. In addition, the way it works is similar in many respects to the Evernote application.
When it comes to taking notes, you’ll encounter no problems if you want to add hyperlinks or tables, and you can even include images, video, and sound, so you can make your notes comprehensive and customized without any kind of content limitations.
It has a list of recent items where you can find the note you’re looking for with a single glance.
It also has an option to share your notes with your friends or colleagues so that they can edit them, a feature that will make group projects or tasks a snap.
One of OneNote’s strong points is that using your Outlook, Hotmail, or Live account you can sync all your notes and view them there in your email, wherever you are.
Another is that you’ll always have a floating tab where you can do a screenshot or create a quick note just by hovering your mouse over the corresponding tab.
You can also view how the page has changed as you’ve made edits, meaning you can always revert to a previous version if you think it’s better for some reason.
Microsoft OneNote is, in short, a fantastic note-taking tool thanks to its simplicity and ease of use as well its synchronization with all machines that also have the application installed.