"The enhanced list feature hasn’t appeared on other platforms yet, including on Microsoft’s own Windows Phone app for OneNote. The move is another sign of Microsoft’s cross-platform shift with OneNote and Office, and it’s particularly interesting because the iOS app has traditionally played catch-up with features available on Windows.Microsoft OneNote's new to-do list feature debuts on iOS first | PCWorld
Speaking of catch-up, OneNote users on the iPhone and iPad will finally be able to read equations saved in notes. iPad users will also be able to edit those equations, which will help teachers, students and professionals who rely on complex equations. The iPad app was also updated with support for lined and graph paper, something that hadn’t yet made an appearance on iOS."
Friday, June 19, 2015
Microsoft OneNote's new to-do list feature debuts on iOS first | PCWorld
Some useful new iOS OneNote features, but Mac OneNote is still a disappointing subset of Windows OneNote, as Office 2016 nears completion (e.g., inability to open multiple windows and no new/unread activity indicators in shared notebooks)