The last time I used Microsoft’s Outlook desktop client full-time was around 2007, since then, I have become a webmail junkie. Microsoft probably realizes for most users, a webmail service such as Outlook.com would be sufficient with its clear benefits such as lots of storage and access to your mail from any device connected to the web. That doesn’t mean there are limitations to the service either.
Ever since its rebranding, Microsoft has continued to update and refine Outlook.com with features and functions making it one of the best webmail services out there. One new feature I discovered is the ability to send your emails to Microsoft’s popular note-taking app, OneNote.
Save Email to OneNote
To set this up, sign in to Outlook.com select an email message, right-click it and select Save to OneNote.
A dialog will pop up on the screen so you can choose an existing section or create a new one. Once you have done so, click Save, and that’s it.
If you want to view the section in OneNote, launch it from the list of services.
Then select your Notebook, click the section and you can view your recently saved note.
As you might already know, you can access OneNote and many other services from popular platforms such as iOS and Android, which keeps your information synced. This is a handy and welcome feature update. Check it out and let us know your thoughts in the comments below.