Microsoft adds a floating OneNote Badge for Android users

By | November 14, 2015


Microsoft has updated OneNote for Android, iOS, Web and Windows platform with some major features. The company has added a button for Android users that will float over your screen. This button is called OneNote badge and lets you write or copy-paste texts quickly, even if you are working on some other apps.

This OneNote badge will stay anywhere at the screen, you just have to click on the icon to quickly write something on OneNote app. If you didn’t get this feature, don’t panic folks, as company is releasing these features at different stages. So just wait for few days to take advantage of this new feature of OneNote. The company will give 3D touch support for iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S plus smartphones. Once you click on the badge, you’ll get pop-up menu that lets you create or save your thoughts pretty quickly, you can even view recent files.

The iOS and Web version of this program now features audio recording ability. OneNote users can also attach any files via web version by just clicking Insert and file attachments. For Office 365 Home or Personal subscribers for Windows Computer, Microsoft is adding an exclusive feature that lets its users embed Vimeo, YouTube or Office Mix Videos on to the OneNote 2016 Page.