OneNote has a tiered organizational system viz; Notebooks, Sections, and Notes. By default, you start off with one notebook, but can create more. OneNote pages are built to be a free form canvas. You can highlight, draw, enter text, and pinch and zoom. If youd rather keep things sparse, OneNote can be used for quick lists or keeping track of to do items you need to finish. It can become a depository for articles that you need for research. Theres also a collaborative element, as you can share...

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