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Chris Pratley's Office Labs and OneNote Blog

A blog about Office Labs and OneNote from behind the scenes.

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OneNote Mac! Another note, another web clipping…

Wed, 09 Apr 2014 11:10:00 +0000

This video speaks for itself. Kudos to the team. [View:]

OneNote for Mac! OneNote is Free! We have a Service API!

Mon, 17 Mar 2014 19:26:00 +0000

Today was a great day - we released "a metric ton" of new stuff. You can read all the details on the team's official blog. At last we were able to unveil the new OneNote for Mac release. This is something many people have asked for over the years, and the team and I are...

OneNote is 10

Tue, 29 Oct 2013 18:45:00 +0000

OneNote is turning 10 this month. We started with "OneNote 2003" and have made many releases since then, growing in leaps and bounds, along with our user base. If 2003 was its birth, its conception was back in Nov 2000, when Steven Sinofsky and I exchanged some email about creating a new app, a topic...

OneNote in schools

Fri, 12 Apr 2013 18:44:00 +0000

I came across a couple of very interesting videos from two different schools using OneNote in the classroom and with faculty. I thought you might enjoy. You really see the power of pen/ink, freeform writing surface, capturing images and media, and shared notes.  This is from Whitfield School in St. Louis.!i=1790107080&k=kknrpnZ&lb=1&s=A. This one...

Onetastic – it’s fantastic!

Thu, 15 Mar 2012 09:58:24 +0000

I recently came across a nifty free add-in for OneNote 2010 called Onetastic that provides some capabilities OneNote users have wanted for a while: image rotate and crop, quick text styles, the ability to pin links to any part of your notes to the desktop, and importantly, gives you a "Favorites" list within OneNote itself so...

OneNote Web App gains Ink display

Fri, 30 Sep 2011 12:25:08 +0000

In case you missed it, the always updating Web Apps (available at and embedded all over the web) got a refresh yesterday. You can read about it more here: Announcing new features you've requested. One of the big ones for me was that the OneNote Web App can now display ink notes. So for...

Ribbon Hero 2: the game you can play at work

Wed, 18 May 2011 16:39:00 +0000

Ribbon Hero 2 has been out for about three weeks now. It is outpacing all our past projects in downloads by a wide margin. So far, I'd categorize the user feedback on "RH2" in the following way: Haven't tried it: that is the dumbest thing I can imagine Have tried it: this is cool, fun,...

Search Commands for Office 2010: It’s here!

Wed, 13 Apr 2011 18:37:29 +0000

I know there are a lot of fans of our Search Commands 2007 prototype from Office Labs out there, and many of you have written to ask us to update it to work on Office 2010. Well, thanks to some volunteer work and a little burning of the midnight oil from a few Labsters, we...

The Garage

Thu, 20 Jan 2011 09:41:54 +0000

It's not often these days I post twice in one week, but I just loved this post about The Garage @ Microsoft. This is a community that started up about 18 months ago as a grassroots effort, initiated by my team, Office Labs, but now is self-sustaining and run by the community itself. In the...

OneNote Mobile now for iPhone!

Tue, 18 Jan 2011 11:49:03 +0000

It's another great day for OneNote lovers. OneNote Mobile is available for the iPhone. It's been a top customer request for awhile, so it's great to finally have this out. You can read more about it on Takeshi Numoto's blog, and Mike Oldenburg's blog goes into more detail. And if you happen to be reading...