Microsoft today pushed out a new update for its OneNote App for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. The app has been bumped to new versionĀ 17.7924.10002.0. The company has pushed out a major update for the OneNote App both for PC and Mobile with new features. The update for the App is currently available only for Fast Ring Insiders Creators Update. Below is the full changelog:


New for Mobile:

+📱 New UI for Mobile:
– Main Navigation Page has a new list style with Note Colours (First seen on PC a while ago, has finally made it to Mobile);
-📱 Main Page Navigation has changed with “New Page” on the bottom; and “Search” and Share” Buttons moved to the Top Header (similar to iOS and Android versions);
-📱 Redesigned Hamburger Menu is now Fullscreen; “Account”, “Settings” and “Search” Buttons moved to Top Header (Note: New Settings Cog Button doesn’t seem to work but old buttons still present);
-📱 New Animations loading notes on start;
+📱 ‘Tap & Hold’ (Right-Click) Menu on mobile has been made significantly smaller;

New for PC & Mobile:

+📱💻 New Search Layout for both Mobile and PC, works real time now and is much faster;
+📱💻 Emoticons in individual Note Headings are now the Full Colour Emoji’s instead of being all black;
+📱💻 Notes seem to sync much faster;

New for PC:

+ 💻 New View Buttons for PC:
-💻 New “Navigation Options” Button adds ability to show or hide navigation panels;
-💻 New “Hide Authors Button;
-💻 New “Deleted Notes” Button;

What’s Broken:

  • On Mobile 📱 Password Protected notes are not able to be opened. No prompt is presented to enter a password when selected.

The update is a major update for both Windows 10 PC and Mobile with lot of new features. The update for the app is currently live and you can get it by clicking the below link. Do let us know if you find anything more new or broken after taking the latest update.

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