As a matter of fact, only a few numbers of Android users actually pay attention to the services provided by Microsoft. But never the less, you still find some users praising its OneNote service. The Microsoft OneNote is a vital tool for saving and organising different kinds of notes.
The Android App is equally loved but one major defect, users were complaining about was the fact that they were restricted from the “password protected sections”. The App keeps on giving an “unsupported” warning and will not grant them access to anything inside.
Well, let’s add that to the number of stories we will tell our kids. The latest and better version of OneNote 16.0.7341 includes support for password protected sections, along with the option that to insert embedded files in a note and records audio notes. Apart from the once I’ve mentioned, there are a few other updates and improvements.
Features on the NoteOne Include:
Ability to open password-protected sections.
Record notes on-the-go with OneNote’s support for audio recording.
Support for auto-correct enabled for Google keyboard.
Support for inserting embedding files.
Fixed some of the crashes observed in the previous build.
Fixed a few miscellaneous issues reported on the previous build.
Accessing secure notes work as usual. When you open a password-protected section, it’ll show up as empty and locked and ask you to tap in order to disclose the content material. Once you type in the password to unlock, all content will be visible for viewing and editing. It is going to lock itself back immediately if you switch away from OneNote for a few minutes, to help keep your privacy.
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