Microsoft Brings back Mainstream Support for OneNote 2016

November 04, 2019

Today Microsoft announced that it will extend mainstream support for OneNote 2016, reversing their earlier decision to stop adding new features to OneNote 2016. This means you can continue to use OneNote 2016 and enjoy the benefits of Onetastic for the foreseeable future. OneNote 2016's support dates are being aligned to that of Office 2019. Office 365 subscriptions are being also updated to include OneNote 2016 by default in the near future.

You can find the announcement at: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Office-365-Blog/Your-OneNote/ba-p/954922?sfns=mo

There is also an FAQ about the announcement available at: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/frequently-asked-questions-about-onenote-6582c7ae-2ec6-408d-8b7a-3ed71a3c2103?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US#gen01

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despues18 - 2020-02-14
When I'm typing into OneNote,

I would like a drop down selection after word was typed that I could select from (preset by me)

This does sound like word prediction.

I use this for assigning these categorical prefixes to my notes in OneNote
JasonDaSilva - 2020-02-12
In our office, we have staff that use OneNote in a team working on various documents.  It has been asked if you can tag a specific location in a notebook that would notify the logged in user if their name matches the tag.  Is it possible to reference the user name of the person accessing the notebook?  
kat - 2020-02-10
i purchased OneCalendar Pro, but when I use Onetastic to launch OneCalendar in OneNote, the free version show up. I do not ave the pro version of Onetastic. How can I access my OneCalendar Pro ?

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