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Create Quick Notes in OneNote using only your voice

Have you ever wished you could speak your thoughts to your phone, and they’re automatically filled into OneNote? Now you can, and it’s quick and easy to get started! Check out how to add Quick Notes on 3 different platforms: Windows Phone, iOS, and Android.

Windows Phone 8.1

OneNote for Windows Phone 8.1 allows you to record and transcribe voice notes using the Cortana personal assistant.

WinPhone

While Windows Phone 8.1 and Cortana provide the best note-taking experience, you also can create voice notes on Windows Phone 8. Just hold down the Start button, say, “Note,” and speak whatever’s on your mind.

iOS

Using your voice to take notes on your iPhone is easier than ever. To get started, set up me@onenote.com with your email address. Just go to onenote.com/EmailSettings and add your email address. Learn more about this here. Then follow these steps:

iOS

Once the message has been sent, the notes you dictated will be available immediately in your Quick Notes section in OneNote.

Android

We integrated OneNote with Google Now to let you take notes on your Android devices using only your voice. Want to set it up on your Android devices? Follow these simple steps:

Android

Watch this 30-second video to see voice notes in action.

 

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