Sep 2, 2022 12:00 AM

What happened to OneNote?

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Microsoft announced that support for OneNote for Windows 10 will end in October 2025 together with Windows 10

In this video I'll explain what this means for anyone who uses OneNote. Including: What are the different OneNote versions? Which OneNote version do you have? Which OneNote version should you be using? Why is your OneNote missing some features and how can you get these features? What's the difference between OneNote 2016, OneNote for Windows 11, OneNote online and OneNote for Windows 10 and what is the "latest" version of OneNote?

In this video

  • Is Microsoft Retiring OneNote?
  • The History of OneNote
  • Find Out Which Version You Have
  • The NEW OneNote App
  • Should You Switch?
  • Wrap Up

More Information about OneNote (Microsoft)

The best version of OneNote on Windows

We’re incredibly lucky to have millions of passionate OneNote users around the globe, and we love learning how we can help you improve learning and save time in the classroom. In spending time with you, we heard a recurring theme: you want a single version of OneNote on Windows that combines all the benefits of the modern Windows 10 app with the depth and breadth of capabilities in the older OneNote 2016.
https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/education-blog/the-best-version-of-onenote-on-windows/ba-p/183726

OneNote FAQ

Microsoft is continuing mainstream support for OneNote beyond October 2020. This means you can continue using it and expect to see new feature updates. OneNote support dates will align with Office 2019 support dates (October 10, 2023 for mainstream support and October 14, 2025 for extended support).

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/frequently-asked-questions-about-onenote-in-office-2019-and-microsoft-365-6582c7ae-2ec6-408d-8b7a-3ed71a3c2103

Your OneNote

From your flashes of inspiration at 2:00 AM to the list of funny things your children say, or that brilliant idea you had in the conference room, and your ever-growing list of household chores — OneNote holds the notes to your life to track all the things you need to keep in mind, but simply don’t have room for in your overworked brain.

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/office-365-blog/your-onenote/ba-p/954922