Student Planner Windows App Stores Course Documents, Take Notes and Adds Events to Calendar

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Microsoft has recently released on the Windows Store a new Windows app for students. It is simply called ‘Student Planner’ and it allows students to become much more productive on their Windows tablets, laptops and desktops.
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If you are a student and you want to get more work done on your Windows tablet, laptop, convertible or desktop PC, then you definitely need to check out the new Student Planner app.

Released by Microsoft a few days ago, the app allows students and other users to store course documents, take notes, input events to your calendar and enter data in just one app. The app comes with utomatic parsing of due-dates from PDF / docx files, synchronization of important due dates to your Outlook.com calendar and synchronization ofcourse documents to your OneDrive storage.

Besides OneDrive integration, it also comes with OneNote support, as well.

Never manually enter the due date or title of your assignment. Upload your course documents and Student Planner will extract the important information for you, add the event to your calendar, and store the document to your OneDrive.

Within the app, create OneNote pages for your classes and immediately start taking notes in an organized notebook. All your exams and assignments will automatically sync to your Outlook calendar where you can get personalized notifications. Upload course documents and Student Planner stores and organizes them on OneDrive.

Go ahead and follow this link to download the free app from the Windows Store.

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