OneNote is part of the Office family of productivity applications by Microsoft, primarily for Windows, which aims to gather and collate information from a variety of sources as a form of an electronic version of a notebook or a ring binder (in fact, its interface is actually patterned after the latter). OneNote is useful especially for people on the go, since they can enter information on the application haphazardly and not worry about formatting or saving, since OneNote automatically saves information as it is entered, and gathers the data the way you entered it.
OneNote’s main feature is its flexibility. Unlike word processing applications such as Microsoft Word that is basically writing on a page of a book, you can simply click anywhere on a blank page of OneNote and you can start jotting down, in effect, a note. But OneNote’s capabilities extend not only on a written word, but also from drawings, clippings (such as from websites or captured from the current screen), audio commentaries or recordings, and the like. Furthermore, once collected, the information can be later reorganized into Sections and Notebooks, and can be shared over the Internet which makes it an ideal tool for online collaboration.
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