Recently, Microsoft announced a new Bing image search experience for mobile devices, and the OneNote team felt a little left out, so they’re announcing a new feature to tie into Bing.
The new Bing image search experience makes it easy for users to search for the images they’re looking for, and then get more information on those images, such as what a particular image is of, and if/where an image of a particular item is available for sale. OneNote comes in with a solution that makes it easy to clip those image finds to OneNote for quicker access.
In related news, OneNote has also updated the spell check and proofing feature in OneNote Online. Now, users can simply hide spelling errors in situations where a spell checker is not needed, such as when brainstorming ideas or taking down rough notes, those red squiggly lines can be very distracting.
Microsoft is continually looking for user feedback, so be sure to provide your whenever you get the chance to do so.Further reading: Bing, Microsoft, OneNote