Quickly capture a whiteboard, slide or document. OneNote will trim and enhance it so it's easier to read. We'll also recognize typed text, so you can search for it later.
Sketch the diagram from the board with a stylus. Hand write all your notes if you find it more natural than typing.
Don't write down every word from lecture-just the important parts. OneNote links your notes to the audio, so you can jump right to what was being said when you took each note.
OneNote was designed to be fast and flexible for text, to-do lists and tables. Don't worry about layouts, type anywhere on the page you want.
If you have their email, you can share with them. It's easy and fast to get started.
Whether you're in the same room or across campus, work together in real time. Revision marks tell you who's working on what.
In class, in your room, in a computer lab or in a coffee shop-you can work together from anywhere on any device. OneNote automatically syncs to keep it all together for you, even if someone goes offline.
Web research is essential to most projects. Capture any web page in any browser with a single click. Annotate the page in OneNote.
Keep lecture slides and papers with your notes. Take notes on top or beside them by typing or handwriting with a stylus.
Write on top of photos or printouts. Organize like with sticky notes, to make sense of your ideas. Comment by simply writing in the margins.
Filer or piler? OneNote loves both. Keep your notes and projects organized by creating notebooks and sections. Search and easily find any text you typed, clipped, or wrote by hand.