If you have a lot of ‘stuff’ in OneNote Notebooks, you should definitely check out this OneNote Favorites powertoy. It works much like the IE favorites model. You click the star icon with a green plus sign to add a page, section or notebook to the favorites list, and click the star to open the favorites list or navigate back to it. Pretty simple!
This powertoy is a must have for any OneNote user, especially for somebody that has a bunch of different places they need to be quickly.
Here’s the basic UI to add a page to the favorites list:
Page is the default choice, but you can choose the section or notebook as well.
Once added, it looks like this when you open the favorites list:
This view is still modeled after the OneNote notebook structure. You can also click the “List view” button near the bottom right to make it a little more “table-ish”:
WATCH THE DEMO
In this InkShow guys from GottabeMobile.com go over all aspects of the powertoy. Starting out with a look at the menu’s and functionality. After that, You’ll be taken through a demo of this powertoy to show it in action.