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  • Blog Post: Change page level

    Hi there, In this Beta API update we are allowing developers to change the indentation level for a page (aka page level) programmatically. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this feature, the following image shows how pages can be indented in three levels: Here is a quick recipe for how to...
  • Blog Post: OneNote at Connect() 2015

    Here's hoping you can join us today and tomorrow for Connect() 2015! This year's Connect() hosts both live events and recorded videos. You can watch OneNote's own Vijay Sharma in the Connecting to OneNote in the cloud with Office 365 APIs video, as he walks you through a code demo that saves and shares...
  • Blog Post: OneNote API for Office 365 is GA

    Greetings! This is Diane from the OneNote team. In the spring, we announced preview support for personal notebooks on OneDrive for Business and SharePoint site-hosted notebooks . This enterprise support in now generally available, and brings with it some great new features! Support for Office 365...
  • Blog Post: OneNote in the Microsoft Graph API (in Preview)

    Good day, all! The OneNote team is excited to announce preview support for using the OneNote API through Microsoft Graph (formerly the Office 365 unified API ). The Microsoft Graph API provides a single endpoint for OneNote and other Office services. You'll use this endpoint to access notes, messages...
  • Blog Post: New Vanilla COM Add-In Sample for OneNote

    Hi, Jay here from the OneNote Integrations team. Did you know that the OneNote desktop version on Windows has an interface for extensibility? Popular utilities like Onetastic were implemented using this interface. Using this, you can develop and install your own COM add-ins which would then show up...
  • Blog Post: Permissions for SharePoint site notebooks

    Hi. Diane here with a quick heads up for anyone who's been using the Notes.Read or Notes.ReadWrite permission scope to access SharePoint site-hosted notebooks in our preview APIs. You'll need to change over to the Notes.Read.All or Notes.ReadWrite.All scope. These scopes are intended to support organization...
  • Blog Post: By popular demand: "Make It Mine" notebooks, sections, and pages! (in Preview)

    Hello! This is Diane on behalf of the OneNote team in Vancouver, Canada. We're excited to announce Preview support for copying OneNote notebooks, sections, and pages on OneDrive for Business! You can copy any notebook, section, or page that you have access to, as long as the source and destination are...
  • Blog Post: Create pages in the default Office 365 notebook (in Preview)

    Hi all! Yan and Diane here. Yan recently added Office 365 support for creating pages in the default notebook and creating pages in named sections in the default notebook. Saving to the default notebook makes creating OneNote pages quick and easy, and your users can choose to move them later. The calls...
  • Blog Post: Now in Production: DELETE page

    Hi. Diane here, happy to announce that DELETE pages is now available in Production! DELETE https://www.onenote.com/api/v1.0/me/notes/pages/{id} You can check it out from our interactive console , but be careful. With great power comes great responsibility: Pages deleted with the API cannot be recovered...
  • Blog Post: And SharePoint makes three!

    The OneNote team is happy to announce support for SharePoint site-hosted notebooks (in Preview). This means you can access all your notebooks on the Microsoft cloud! This includes: OneDrive-hosted personal notebooks OneDrive for Business-hosted notebooks on Office 365 (also in Preview) OneDrive...
  • Blog Post: Support for work and school notebooks on Office 365 (in Preview)

    Hi, Diane and Sharad from the OneNote team here to say "You can now access your Office 365 notebooks with the OneNote API!" Previously, the API only supported notebooks on our consumer OneDrive service, but we've opened up access to enterprise notebooks stored on OneDrive for Business. This was a...
  • Blog Post: Set up your Office 365 and Azure AD tenant

    Greetings from Sharad and Diane. We've recently been setting up developer environments to use the OneNote API with Office 365 notebooks (in Preview). It can get pretty complicated because there are different ways to do it, so we're hoping this post will help streamline the process for you. We focus on...
  • Blog Post: Register your application in Azure AD

    Hi, Sharad and Diane again. If you're here, that means you've set up your Azure AD tenant. (If not, follow the steps in this post .) To use OneNote APIs with Office 365 notebooks (in Preview), you need to register an application in an Azure AD tenant that's associated with an Office 365 subscription...
  • Blog Post: OneNote at /build 2015

    Hello, Gareth here, writing from sunny San Francisco. Just a quick note to plug my talk on integrating OneNote with Office 365 this coming Thursday evening at 6:30 PM.  As well as lot of cool code and scenarios, we’ll have plenty of new features to announce, and an awesome OneNote API backpack by...
  • Blog Post: One Year of OneNote API, One Updated Roadmap

    Technorati Tags: API , Roadmap Hello fellow OneNote API travelers. Gareth here, wearing a paper hat and eating a slice of birthday cake. I can't quite believe it's been a whole year since my colleague Steven posted our first entry on this blog for the OneNote API launch. What a year it's been –...
  • Blog Post: Page Query and Full Text Search

    Hi All, As my colleague Gareth announced earlier today, you can now use Query Pages and Full Text Search in production. We think this unlocks a lot of interesting scenarios for OneNote developers. While unchanged at the core, we tuned a few things here and there based on the feedback we received...
  • Blog Post: OneNote API graduating class

    Hey API true-believers, Gareth here. Today our team is really proud to announce that a whole bunch of our OneNote APIs are graduating from beta to production. Search and Page query As Omar announced , we’ve been working hard with the Bing folks to integrate their search tech into our service...
  • Blog Post: New OneNote API Windows Universal App Sample

    Hey everyone, we have been busy working on new APIs and we know we haven’t updated our samples for a while. We have just published a new Windows Universal app sample in our GitHub repo . This sample not only shows how to get started with the OneNote API in a Windows Universal app, but it is...
  • Blog Post: Get OneNote entities in one roundtrip using $expand

    Update: $expand is now available in PROD. We’ve also updated our Android and iOS pickers to use this feature. ------------------------------------ Hi everyone! Jorge here. I'm excited to announce that we are shipping a new beta feature: $expand. $expand is part of the OData v4 standard and is a way of...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the OneNote Search API (Beta), powered by Bing

    Hi All, When we first started working on the API we had the vision to make OneNote the one-stop-shop for anything people want to remember - whether that be work or personal. Search is a key part of that vision and today we are announcing the availability of the OneNote Search API in Beta. Over...
  • Blog Post: New Beta API: Page Update

    Hot on the tails of the Page Recall API , we're excited to release the Page Update API to our Beta users. This new endpoint allows you to: Append content to container elements such as div , table , and p Add, remove, and modify list items from lists Replace and remove text and image elements (img, h1...
  • Blog Post: SendGrid mashup with OneNote

      Hi Gareth here - I wanted to give a shout out to a very cool mashup that Elmer (@thinkingserious ) over at SendGrid just blogged about . Imagine your app sends out a lot of email with a service like SendGrid – inevitably some of them don’t reach their intended target ‘cos the person has moved...
  • Blog Post: New Beta API: Page Recall

    Hey everybody! I'm very happy to announce that we've made a new API available in beta today: page content recall! You can use this to retrieve the contents of a page in HTML form. Without any further ado, let's get right to it. GET https://www.onenote.com/api/beta/pages/{pageId}/content The...
  • Blog Post: New Videos: Enumerating notebooks, sections & creating pages in specific sections

    About a month ago, we announced new APIs that let developers create pages in specific sections in OneNote. Since then, we have also updated Office Lens app to use these APIs. What we are hearing from our users is that they love the ability to control where the pages get created. We have 2 new Channel9...
  • Blog Post: New APIs Available: Create Notebooks and Sections

    We are happy to announce that we have just turned on the ability create notebooks and sections through the OneNote API. These new APIs are very straight-forward to use, and here are some examples. Creating a new Notebook To create a new notebook called “Fall 2014 Semester”, simply make...
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