Microsoft yesterday pushed out a new update for its OneNote app for Windows 10. The latest update to the application brings some new features along with the usual fixes and improvements to the app. The update is available only for Insiders in Fast Ring Redstone 3.

The company has brought Multi Windows Support for OneNote meaning users can run multiple OneNote Windows and view more notebooks at once. Users now also have the facility to print directly to OneNote from any app in Windows 10 by using the Send to OneNote feature.

You can now choose which navigation panes to keep open which includes the notebook pane, and also give a nickname to your notebook and change their colors individually. Users on OneNote for Windows 10 now shows users which pages are having unread changes and insert meeting details in OneNote for Windows 10.

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