Figure 1 – Graphic from https://www.onenote.com/clipper
As you know, if you read my blog, I am a fan of OneNote. One of the reasons I am a fan is that in Dynamics NAV, you can send information from NAV to OneNote.
The features that Microsoft added in July are making me an avid supporter of OneNote. The first feature is INK EFFECTS. The feature allows users to jazz up notes and drawings with new ink effects like rainbow, galaxy, gold and silver to make anything that is written is more unique and even more fun.
The second feature is OneNote Web Clipper. The information below comes from https://blogs.office.com/2016/07/21/onenote-july-roundup.
Our OneNote Web Clipper is better than ever. We have a number of new features on our Web Clipper for Chrome, Safari, and IE to give you more control over your screen clippings before you send it into OneNote.
Preview—Ever wonder exactly what was about to show up in OneNote once you clipped? Problem solved! Now all clipping modes—full page, region, article, recipe and product—provide a preview so what you see is what you get.
YouTube and Vimeo support—You can now clip videos from YouTube and Vimeo pages into OneNote.
Highlight text—When you clip an article, product or recipe you can highlight sections of text, and those highlights will be saved to OneNote.
Clip multiple regions in one go—Clip multiple regions of a webpage and save them all in a single OneNote page.
Use your own title—Change the title of your page in the preview window before sending it to OneNote.
Articles your way—Change the font size and type in your article to improve readability before you even clip it to OneNote.
Update to the latest version to see all the new features or download the extension at www.onenote.com/clipper.
I love the web clipper and have it on my Chrome browser. I use it almost every day to clip and pop information into my OneNote. I use it to keep track of things I think might be good information in a blog.