Windows 07 Feb
Microsoft rolled out a new interface to its OneNote app back in 2017 to give a cohesive user experience. Now in the latest development, the tech giant is introducing a dark mode much like many of the popular apps we see are getting. Microsofts OneNote vice president Laura Butler also confirmed the presence of upcoming dark mode and the improvements in a navigation system that are on the way, we also get to see a similar confirmation from an Italian blog who managed to get their hands on the OneNote early looks.
While the main sheet that carries note would be with a white background which is most likely to maintain the readability of the notes, though other than that, the dark mode seems to apply to the entire app. If you enable it through Windows 10 PC, you could see it in effect on mobile (Android and iOS) versions as well.
Currently, there are no words on as to when the implementation of the new feature would be completed and rolled out though with the words of Butler we could expect that there is some time for the development stage to end at least to get it enough to launch to the public as a first working version of it. She shared in a statement,
It’s not even fully available in internal dogfood”
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