OneNote Share extension for iOS Options

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Posted: Thursday, August 22, 2019 2:29:04 PM

Once you  have OneNote installed in your IOS devices,  you’ll be ready to use the Share Extension. Fristly, make sure are signed into OneNote with your Microsoft account on your iOS device, so you can enable the Share extension functionality.

 

You can enable the OneNote Share extension with just a few taps and you only need to do this once. To get started, display any Share menu. Here’s where you can find it in Safari:

OneNote Share extension step 1

Next tap More to display the list of all the extensions you have installed on your iOS device. OneNote will appear in this list. Toggle the switch to add OneNote to the Share menu.

OneNote Share extension step 2

Once it’s enabled, tap Done. You are returned to the main Share menu and the OneNote Share extension is now visible.

OneNote Share extension step 3

Start sharing content from any app

Once enabled, the OneNote Share extension makes it easy to clip websites, export file attachments, save photos and more. Simply look for the Share button in any app and tap OneNote to start sharing content. For example, to save a webpage in Safari to OneNote, tap the Share icon in the top right and select OneNote.

OneNote Share extension step 4
The OneNote Share extension will appear right in Safari.

OneNote Share extension step 5

A couple of features to point out here:

  • You can select exactly where you’d like to store your content—just tap Location and select your preferred notebook and section. The OneNote Share extension supports sending content to both OneDrive and OneDrive for Business notebooks.
  • OneNote automatically populates the title field with the name of the webpage. Want to change it? No problem, just tap and edit.
  • If you want to add some additional notes to your clipping, whether it be some extra context or just something you want to make sure you don’t forget, just add it to the Note field.
  • If you’ve got an internet connection, OneNote will show you a preview of the webpage and will include the entire webpage when it’s saved it to your notes.
  • Don’t worry, the URL is saved for you as well, in case you’d like to return to the page later or on another device.

Now, tap Send.

The next time you open OneNote, your notes are imported and available on all your devices. The Share extension is designed to work even if you’re offline, so if you’re on the go with your iPad or want to limit your cellular data usage, you are gotten covered.

 
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