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Soon search for your Microsoft OneNote sticky notes inside Outlook

According to an official roadmap entry seen by Techtsp, Microsoft is adding Microsoft OneNote Feed to Outlook. This feed will allow users to easily access their OneNote data such as notes in Outlook. This update will incorporate Sticky Notes and recent OneNote pages. This way, Outlook users can easily find the note they are looking for using the search feature. This feature is currently under development.

Meanwhile, this is how Microsoft describes (refer the above screenshot) its upcoming OneNote feed addition into Outlook:

“The OneNote feed allows you to easily access your notes in and Outlook on the web. The OneNote feed includes your Sticky Notes and recent OneNote pages so you can quickly reference them in Outlook. Use the search to find the note you are looking for. Have a quick thought while replying to emails? You can create a new Sticky Note in your feed right in Outlook.”

If everything goes as per plan, Microsoft will announce the general availability of this feature sometime next month (September 2020).

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