Figure 1 – Image comes from https://blogs.office.com from the OneNote Whats New In January 2016 article
I was delighted to read that OneNote is getting a facelift. The Microsoft Office team has announced the new features available in January 2016 in their blog https://blogs.office.com/2016/01/29/onenote-whats-new-in-january-2016/.
For those of you that want to see features only, here they are.
Insert shapes on Mac
Search all OneDrive notebooks on Mac and iOS
Publish notebooks publicly on Docs.com
Me-me-me-me (at work, works!)
Firefox and Safari users rejoice—clip with abandon
Office Lens built in
I hope that these titles intrigue you so much that you go and read the blog. :0
Remember, if you are a passionate OneNote user, you can make suggestions about the features that you would like to see. Use this link:
Suggestions: OneNote UserVoice
CU 10 for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 has been released. Dann Maurno of MSDynamicsWorld.com has published a blog that describes all of the new features. Check out his blog at http://msdynamicsworld.com/story/cu-10-microsoft-dynamics-ax-2012-r3-available-what%E2%80%99s-new.
The piece that I found interesting is the listing of features now available for Transportation Management. The list below comes from Dann’s blog.
Transportation Management Enhancements
- Create scheduled routes. Scheduled routes can now be generated from a route plan, where the segments of the scheduled route correspond to the hub configuration associated with the route plan. A batch job is used to create the scheduled routes depending on date range, particular days of the week and a load template.
- Improvements to auto-release to warehouse process. When using the auto-release to warehouse process it is now possible to consolidate multiple transfer orders based on To warehouse and From warehouse into the same shipment.
- Integration to project. It is now possible to plan transportation for purchase and sales orders linked to projects. It is possible to access the load planning workbench from the item requirements screen.
Great article, Dann!