Microsoft has released a OneNote update for iPhone users, which adds a way for its users to see thumbnail previews of their notes.
The new 2.10 version, now available in the iOS App Store, should make it faster for users to find the specific note they are looking for. Microsoft says:
With a quick glance at your page list, or your Recent Notes list, you can scan snippets of your notes, including visual content like photos and handwriting, which helps you quickly locate the note you want to read or edit.
In addition, the new version lets users drag and drop their list of OneNote notebooks so they can re-order them to their liking.
Microsoft also released an update to the Mac version of OneNote today. This app's major improvement is about sharing notebooks with others. Microsoft says:
With today's update we make it even easier to share notebooks by providing you a way to invite your contacts to collaborate on notebooks, selecting whether they can view only or edit the notebooks and remove sharing access when needed. These improvements work with notebooks you created on OneDrive and OneDrive for Business.
Source: Office blog