Microsoft is looking for beta testers for OneNote

Microsoft beta tests a lot of software but most of the time, aside from large releases like 'preview' iterations of major platforms, the testing is done internally. This process is typically referred to as 'dogfooding' but it looks like Microsoft wants to open up its beta process a bit more widely this time around for OneNote on Android.

If you are user of OneNote for Android, Microsoft is looking for beta testers to try out the next update of the application. While there are not many details on when the beta will arrive or what new features it will have, if you enjoy living on the bleeding-edge, this program is for you.

If you want to participate, you can head to the source link below to sign-up and interestingly, it requires you to join the company's Google+ page. We say this is a bit interesting because Google+ is often thought of as a ghost town when compared to other social networks but Microsoft is using it as part of this beta.

As with other programs, Microsoft also wants to hear your feedback on OneNote. The company has been opening up feedback channels across many of its products as a means of communicating directly to users of these products and OneNote for Android is the latest to go down this path.

Sign Up: OneNote for Android beta

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