Editor’s note 8/24/2016:
Please see Fixes or workarounds for recent issues in OneNote for Mac to help troubleshoot any issues installing or using the OneNote Importer for Mac.
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Microsoft’s OneNote for Mac is a tool designed to help you quickly and easily collect, organize, and share notes, random (or not so random) thoughts, images, and other information. Get OneNote for free! Works on Windows 7 or later and OS X Yosemite 10.10 or later.
Since last March, we have helped Windows users import 71 million Evernote pages to OneNote. Following the great feedback we received, we want to help even more people make the move. Today, we are launching the OneNote Importer tool for Mac. You may feel hesitant about moving all your notes from a place you know to a new online home. Don’t worry, the Importer tool makes moving day easy.
Download the OneNote Importer tool.
OneNote lets you work the way you want. You can get your ideas down in a range of ways that include typing, inking, embedding videos, recording audio or clipping web content. If you prefer to use paper and pen, you can even scan that content with OneNote to make it digital, searchable and available from your phone to your laptop. We’ve heard that many Evernote users rely heavily on their clipper. OneNote has a great clipper for all major browsers, available for free at OneNote.com/clipper. We upgrade it all the time, and you can read the OneNote July roundup for the latest updates.
Configure OneNote For Mac OS X. In order to use OneNote you will need a Microsoft account. You can easily create one, or use an existing one. Once you’ve signed in (this initial setup process is only required the first time) click “Start Using OneNote”. There you have it! For all you OneNote fans, I’ll bet this is a sight for sore eyes. The Outlook for Mac team- With the release of 16.7 (171029), we are finally addressing one of the top requested features in our UserVoice site - Mac users are getting the ability to send their emails and meetings to OneNote! The Send to OneNote button allows you to select any notebook/section across all your accounts, allowing you to archive. Microsoft OneNote The digital note-taking app for your.
OneNote lets you sync all your notes across all your devices—for free. It is part of the Office family and works seamlessly with Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint to help you stay organized, collaborate and get more done. Following Evernote’s recent price changes—their Premium offer ($69.99/year) is now the same price as Office 365 Personal ($69.99/year). Office 365 gives you OneNote, plus all the Office apps you know and love that are always up to date, and 1 TB of cloud storage.
How to migrate your notes from Evernote
To get started migrating your Evernote notes to OneNote, you will need:
- A Mac with OS X 10.11+ (El Capitan). Once your Evernote notes are imported, they’ll sync across all your devices, including PC, iOS and Android, as well as web browsers—for free.
- To speed up the migration process, it is recommended you have Evernote for Mac installed from the Evernote website. Sign in to Evernote for Mac with your Evernote account and make sure your latest notes are synced before importing.
Watch this short video to see how easy it is to use the OneNote Importer tool:
Download the OneNote Importer tool and visit our Support page for more information and step-by-step instructions. And don’t forget to send us feedback and ask questions at OneNote UserVoice or tweet us at @msonenote. The OneNote team wants to do everything possible to help you feel confident about choosing to try OneNote.
—Scott Shapiro, product marketing manager for the OneNote team
I'm using Mac: 10.11.6 (15G18013), OneNote for Mac 16.9
There is no page formatting or page template support on OneNote 2016 Mac or the online version. I've used the Windows version and the page formatting is a necessary blessing that works very well.
My Question: What is the community doing for workarounds until Msoft fixes the disconnect?
My main problem with the shortfall is that I can't provide legible hard copies of the documents I've created in the freeform space of the OneNote Note. However, the main reason I'm using OneNote in the first place is because of the highly flexible freeform space. My OneNote pages can be printed OK, but the content is actual size. There are no guidelines on the OneNote page I'm creating. And so when it prints the note out, if my content spills over the right printed page margin, I end up with printed pages that would need to be taped together to make any sense. While I can have the page formatting and templates in the Windows version I use at work, I don't have access at home or on the road. But enough about my problem.
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Here's a workaround flow that I've discovered helps me. Maybe someone else can benefit and expand.
- From a blank OneNote page; File > Save As PDF, pay attention to where it is saved
- Create a new blank OneNote Page; Insert > PDF Printout, select the pdf file from previous step
- This will put a copy of the pdf on the note. A blank page with visible margins.
- Left Click on the pdf printout > Right Click 'Save Picture As Background'
- You now have a visible template onto which you can place objects - text, images, etc.
- I've checked on my mobiles - ios & android, and it looks OK
- Seems like one could do this to create other templates - but I don't have a solution for a multipage
Mac mini, OS X El Capitan (10.11.3)
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