OneNote for Windows 10 got a lot of I think cool updates this month. Microsoft points out that OneNote for Windows 10 and OneNote 2016 desktop app are very similar, but with few key differences.
Microsoft did mention these features are being made available to customers on a gradual basis. So, may not get them immediately.
Microsoft also stated on their site “OneNote Insider builds are temporarily on hold until the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. This means you won’t receive app updates from the Windows store until they are released to everyone.”
Text to Math – Using your keyboard you can type an equation as text into OneNote and use Math or draw a graph to solve your problem. (This feature is only available if you have an Office 365 subscription.)
Smart Lookup – Get information from the insights pane with definitions, Wiki articles, and top related searches from the web.
Insert online pictures – You can insert Bing photos and images without leaving OneNote.
Tables of all shapes and sizes – Choose any number of rows and columns you need to organize your OneNote information. With Tables in OneNote, you can now add and delete rows or columns, add table shading, or sort your information.
More highlight colors – OneNote is no longer limited to just the yellow highlighter you can now use blue, green, red, and more.
Zoom in, Zoom out – The new OneNote new Page Width option allows you to zoom in and out.