Updated October 10, 2018: The feature is now live for OneNote beta testers on iOS and Android. Should testing go well, it should make its way to the release version soon.
Microsoft has been putting a lot of work into its Sticky Notes app recently, with the major push to version 3.0 bringing UI enhancements, syncing across devices, and much more. As Microsoft continues to build out the Sticky Notes experience, it’s going to get more connected to the company’s other services as well. Soon, you’ll be able to access your notes on the go via the OneNote app for Android and iOS.
Microsoft Vice President and Technical Fellow Laura Butler confirmed the feature is coming to OneNote, and there will be much more to share for the whole OneNote family of apps soon.
Erm, this isn’t fully in production yet.
But since the cat is out of the bag, yes you want to get OneNote for iOS or Android to access Sticky Notes on your phone.
More details as well as a bunch of awesome features across the modern OneNote apps are coming soon… https://t.co/gUV6Os715k
— Laura Butler, Goddess of Engineers (@LauraCatPJs) October 8, 2018
Absent a mobile version of Sticky Notes (though there have been rumblings of that, too), integration with OneNote is the next best thing. The app is already widely used, so it lowers the barrier to entry for those who are already taking notes on the go.
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