Microsoft today announced that it will unify its OneNote apps by adding features to the desktop versions and eventually bringing it up to parity with the UWP version over the course of the year.
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As promised last year, Microsoft has begun automatically installing OneNote for desktop along with the Office 365 suite of apps. The app no longer has the year branding and is called just 'OneNote'.
In a session at its Ignite 2019 conference, Microsoft showed off its roadmap of new features for its OneNote app, also announcing a unified codebase for the desktop OneNote 2016 app.
With Microsoft's announcement this week that OneNote 2016 is being resurrected, the future of OneNote for Windows 10 is somewhat uncertain, but the UWP app is still being supported for now.
In a new update that is currently rolling out, OneNote for Windows 10 will enable users to toggle between light and dark themes without diving into the Settings menu amongst other additions.
Microsoft's OneNote app for Windows 10 will now allow the editing of attached files. The new ability is currently being rolled out to Office Insiders, and will come to more channels later.
Microsoft has announced that users will soon be able to use custom tags in OneNote for Windows 10 and for Mac, a heavily-requested feature that the desktop app has had for some time.
Microsoft has announced that the desktop OneNote app won't be included in Office 2019, and new features won't be added to the current version. The company is recommending the Windows 10 app instead.