OneNote lets you edit embedded files without re-attaching them
Microsoft announced a new update for OneNote. Users can now edit OneNote documents without the need of re-attaching them. Initially, this update is available for Insiders only (users having a valid license). Once the new feature has been fully tested, it will be available for all the users.
In the new OneNote version, the users are allowed to save changes to the embedded OneNote files without having to attach the respective files again.
This feature was not available in the previous version of the app. Previously, if users were to make any changes in the embedded document, they needed to save the copy of the file first followed by the reattachment of the file.
NEW! The ability to Edit attached (embedded) files 🗃 has come to the #OneNote Windows 10 app 🚀Rolling out to Office Insiders and beyond #edtech #mieexpert #elearning #MicrosoftEDU pic.twitter.com/LWdi8MOlSg
— Mike Tholfsen (@mtholfsen) March 8, 2019
What are the uses of OneNote?
Just to add to your information, OneNote is a digital notebook by the Microsoft for the Windows 10.
It allows you to:
- Type anything you want on a page.
- Draw or sketch anything with the help of a finger or pen
- Jump to the blank page by clicking on Note button in Action Center.
- Share different types of documents with friends and colleagues. These documents can be edit together in real time.
- Search or retrieve anything already existing in your notes.
To keep the app efficient and reliable, Microsoft regularly updates the OneNote with latest and advanced features.
You can download the new update from the Microsoft Store.
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