OneNote, Microsoft’s answer to a note capture and planning app, has been redesigned and updated to version 16.
The biggest noticeable improvement is to the layout. The tabs and sections have moved from the top to the side. You can choose from various notebooks quite easily on the far left side which stays hidden until you are ready to use it.
OneNote has even made it possible to import your Evernote files to OneNote using a “preview” version of an importer. Basically, you download the importer and run the installed app.
The collaboration feature to allow you to invite people to share and work on a Notebook is a powerful tool.
Using this app, you can sync, capture, organize and plan from any device you can run OneNote from.