OneNote for Windows 10 picks up light mode toggle, sorting, and more

Over the course of the year, OneNote for Windows 10 has picked up a number of new features including a dark theme, the ability to edit and save embedded files, as well as options to sort pages and create templates. While many may still opt to use the traditional desktop version of OneNote on their Windows machines, the UWP version of the app has gradually built up its repertoire of features and functionality.

Now, a new version of OneNote for Windows 10 is making its way out to Office Insiders, bumping the version number up to 16001.11929.20112.0 and including the following:

  • Functionality Switch to normal mode – If the dark theme is active, the new menu item appears in the View menu to display the white page instead of a dark one.
  • Sorting – Now you can sort the icons alphabetically, by creation date or by modification date.
  • New Microsoft Forms icon – In the Insert menu is the new Microsoft Forms icon.
  • Bug fixes and various improvements.

At this stage, it appears that the update may still be rolling out as part of a staggered deployment so you may or may not be offered an update to OneNote for Windows 10 when checking via the Microsoft Store app in Windows 10.

Source: WindowsBlogItalia (Italian) via MSPU

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