Join the OneNote for Android beta program

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Microsoft opens up a new beta program to let software enthusiast test the new version of OneNote for Android before its release. Also the company is asking those testers to share feedback to help them decide what features should included the note-taking software.

If those willing to share a feedback or want to request a new feature, Microsoft has created a new website: Feedback & Suggestions for Microsoft OneNote.

SEE ALSO: Join the Office for Android beta testing program

The requirements to sign up are pretty simple, though, Microsoft assumes you have a Google+ account, as you will have to join the company’s OneNote for Android Beta Program Google+ community page, before you can sign up to become as tester using this link.

What’s coming in OneNote for Android that is yet to be announced as the company hasn’t share any details on what they are working on.

Source Microsoft

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