Articles / News / vLog Jan 26
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There’s no more need for a workaround. Today you can convert your handwritten notes on the iPad to text, thanks to a new update to OneNote.

If you use iPad and OneNote for digital planning, you now have the ability to convert your handwritten notes to text.

  • Go to your search bar and type in “Scribble.” This will take you to Settings without much searching.
  • Turn on Scribble.
  • You’ll see a pencil with an “A” over the top of it in your menu in OneNote
  • Now, when you write with that pencil it will convert to type.

Apple introduced Scribble, a handwriting-to-type technology, with iPadOS 14. OneNote on iPad now supports Scribble and it works within OneNote. This is the first time this feature has been out of BETA.

Key2Success Planners

Choose the Application that you plan to use for digital planning.

OneNote

onenote

Application works across Windows, Android and Apple. Also Web version all available. Great for Desktop, Laptop and Mobile users.

GoodNotes

goodnotes

Application works across Apple devices. Great for iPad, Mac and iPhone users. PDF Annotation App designed for Note-Taking

Noteshelf

noteshelf

Application works across Apple devices. Great for iPad, Mac and iPhone users. PDF Annotation App designed for Note-Taking

Notability

notability

Application works across Apple devices. Great for iPad, Mac and iPhone users. PDF Annotation App designed for Note-Taking

Samsung Notes

samsung notes

Application works across Samsung devices. Great for Samsung Tab and Samsung Galaxy Users. Including Z Fold 3, S6, S7, S8 and S22. 

reMarkable

remarkable

Works with ePaper Devices, like the reMarkable, SuperNote and many more. A PDF Annotation Planner allows users to take digital notes.

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