OneNote for Windows 10 gets Fast Ring Insider updates

Arif Bacchus

OneNote UWP

If you’re a Fast Ring Windows Insider, you’re in for a treat. Microsoft has updated the OneNote UWP app on Windows 10, complete with new features to help you better manage your notebooks and inking experience when on the go.

With the first of the new changes, you can now personalize your pens and highlighters and have them sync to all your Windows PCs and iOS devices across OneNote, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Next up, you can now more easily move notebooks stored on your hard drive to OneDrive in order to take advantage of cloud syncing.

This gives access to the final of the two new features with this update. First, you can now see suggested notebooks that you recently used on one device and might want on another. And second, you can now receive notifications when someone makes a change in a shared notebook stored in OneDrive.

You can download OneNote for Windows 10 via the link below. Keep in mind that OneNote for Windows 10 app and OneNote 2016 are similar but also have a few differences. Check here for more about OneNote on Windows 10.