Microsoft releases OneNote Clipper for Chrome, Springpad-to-OneNote migration tool
Ian Paul |
June 10, 2014
Microsoft is getting serious about convincing you to use OneNote as your primary note-taking app-slash-random data warehouse. In March, Microsoft announced OneNote would be free across all platforms to better compete with the likes of Evernote and Google's burgeoning Keep service.
In my tests, I was able to view my new Notebook immediately using OneNote online, but it took some time before the Springpad data showed up on the OneNote desktop app.
If you're not a OneNote user yet, the migration tool will automatically create your first OneNote notebook for you.