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Working with OneNote on an iPad or iPhone

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Q. OneNote on my iPad and iPhone doesn’t look the same as it does on my PC. How can I get the same tools on my iPad as I have on my PC?

A. It depends on the device you use. For example, iPad pro running iOS9 offers a much richer Insert tab than iOS users were used to. There is only one OneNote app to download now from the App Store, no matter what iOS device you use. However, the capabilities will vary based on the features of the device you use.

In short, it’s getting better. At the moment, if you are using OneNote on a PC and accessing your notebooks on an iPhone or iPad, I recommend getting as much content loaded as possible on the PC side, then syncing your devices to use it. Of course access to the Internet and connection speed will always be a factor, too.

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