After updating some of its apps and software, Microsoft Has now begun testing a new design update for its note-taking app – One note. The company first teased the updated design for the app last year and has finally begun launching the update for beta testers.
The new OneNote design update makes the app compatible with the aesthetics of Windows 11. Also, Design Refresh integrates OneNote and OneNote into a single OneNote app for the Windows 10 app.
As far as design changes are concerned, the update adds a new navigation pane and full-screen mode. Also, the page list, notebook dropdown options and section tabs have been updated with a new look and feel.
The trial version of the OneNote app also brings Mica effects from Windows 11 themes and wallpapers. There are also common Windows 11 changes, including rounded corners, new animations, and more.
The trial version of OneNote also got a new unread index that we saw with others Department The new product index allows users to quickly find unread changes.
Not only that, OneNote also got an updated draw tab with tools borrowed from Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The list of new tools includes a ruler, size and text ink. The app also has support for the Surface Slim Pen 2.
Other new features include page sorting, new sharing options, inserting photos directly from the camera app and more.