Back in May, Microsoft officially unveiled Fluent Design System (codenamed Project Neon). Based on Light, Depth, Motion, Material, and Scale, Project Neon is the new design language coming to Windows 10 with the Fall Creators Update. Microsoft is slowing adding Fluent Design elements into Windows 10 and as well as apps. First-party apps such as Groove Music and Microsoft Edge have already got the Fluent Design touch and recently the Redmond-based Microsoft also updated Office apps with Fluent Design changes.
Today, Microsoft is rolling out a new update to OneNote for Windows 10 PCs and Tablets. OneNote has been updated for Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring with Skip Ahead enabled.
The latest update for OneNote adds Fluent Design elements. The blur is noticeable at the top of the screen. Apart from UI improvements, Microsoft has also improved the drawing mode.
Furthermore, Microsoft has also fixed bugs and introduced performance related improvements. The updated version 17.8568.57531.0 is only available for Windows Insiders who have subscribed to Skip Ahead. After testing the update with Skip Ahead Insiders, Microsoft will push the update to normal Fast Ring Insiders.