I just wanted to write a little note about the updated OneNote for iPhone and the native iPad version which were released on Monday. We have been listening to all of your feedback and working hard to get an update out there. You can read about the new version here: OneNote for iOS gets new features, arrives in new markets worldwide. Thanks for all of your feedback and please keep it coming!
Finally happy holidays & happy new year from everyone on the OneNote team to you and your families.
I've been using OneNote virtually from the beginning. I've even written full chapters on how to use it with SharePoint in the two books I wrote on WSS 3.0 and SPF 2010.
BUT where in the iPad version is the (in the other product versions very good) Help function and how the **** do I manage to transfer some of my existing .one files to the iPad version? Without that the app quickly loses it's appeal.
I am most likely the only person currently asking such a thing, but I would soooo love a OneNote app for my HP TouchPad. I'd be more than happy to pay for it. What are the chances of such a thing?
This is pathetic, once again we are left without support for our handwritten notes. Without it this a *useless* app for me and for a lot of people I know who depend on handwritten notes from a TabletPC. Mind you, not asking for editing but merely to be able to view them.
Marcelor, there's an app for the iPad called Outline that can import oneNote packages and you can view (but not edit) all rich text content on your PC's OneNote pages, including inking!
Do you have any plans for an Android version?
My kingdom for Android OneNote!!! MobileNoter (third party OneNote client) for Android is expensive and terrible.
The iPad app loads the notebooks you have stored in the SkyDrive documents folder of the Windows Live ID you sign in with. So if you want to open some of your notebooks in the iPad, just share them onto your SkyDrive account (skydrive.live.com). I hope this helps.