There’s another shift happening in Microsoft land where a former OneNote product manager is now a product manager for the Edge browser.
Earlier this week William Deveruex announced via his Twitter that he’s making the leap from OneNote to Edge and is “excited” to start that new journey.
After nearly five amazing years on OneNote, I'm excited to start my next chapter at Microsoft—on Edge! Thank you to all of the OneNote fans who continue to support the product. OneNote is in good hands, and I can't wait for you to see what's coming next. pic.twitter.com/236RxhetBM
— William Devereux (@MasterDevwi) August 1, 2018
While Devereux is one of a handful of PMs for OneNote, for any Microsoft observer, the move should come as a nice surprise this week. Devereux’s place on the Edge team could be a signal that the Edge development team is looking to follow a similar platform agnostic checklist that has helped cement OneNote’s note taking prowess as the go to app on several platforms.Further reading: Edge, Microsoft, OneNote