Microsoft Journal is the newest note-taking app to hit the Microsoft Store. It was first introduced as a Garage project in February of 2021 and has since grown and evolved into a full-fledged Windows app. The app is directed at digital ink enthusiasts and allows you to take handwritten notes, make drawings, and insert photos.
According to BGR, Microsoft says that the app “offers a delightful freeform personal note-taking experience” for fans of digital ink. On top of offering similar drawing mechanics seen in other note-taking apps, Microsoft Journal will also use gestures to edit and create documents fluidly. You’ll be able to use gestures to scratch out content you no longer need. Finally, you can lasso and move content around as you see fit.
Why Use Microsoft Journal Note-taking App?
1. The app just begs you to use a digital pen. See how easy it is to capture your thoughts in ink using Windows tablets, 2-in-1s, and other touch-focused, pen-capable devices.
2. Edit and create without switching tools by using AI-driven movements like scratch out and instant lasso.
3. Oh, the joy of having Semantic smart ink. You can stay organized by doing things that come naturally. For example, you can underline headings, create lists, or mark important items with stars. Journal’s AI recognizes and uses those actions in a multi-sided search. You can filter your content by the smart ink Journal detects to find your content easily.
4. Not to undermine our title, but Microsoft Journal is a note-taking app. Link your notes directly to meetings with Journal’s Microsoft 365 calendar integration, so it’s easy to keep track of your conversations and decisions.
5. Now that the productivity app is a full-fledged product, Microsoft has alluded to the fact that more and more features are on the horizon. You can download the app from the Microsoft Store.
6. The Journal upgrade is designed to have the same style as Windows 11. It will also work on Windows 10 if you have the October 2020 Update (20H2, build 19042.xxx) or newer.
Moreover, Microsoft Journal can organize and store notes all on its own. However, Microsoft developers took it one step further because you can export notes to PDF, OneDrive, or a printer.
7. If you have a subscription to Microsoft 365, the app can also access your calendar for faster meeting notes. The app also uses on-device AI to recognize headlines, lists, and other common elements and indexes them in a searchable format.
Microsoft Journal note-taking application is unique. When using the app, think in ink – digital ink. Journal is not only a productivity app, but it is fun to use. And the features are incredible!
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This post was written by Pam Lokker