Microsoft has been polishing its email service’s website, Outlook.com, with a lot of new features, and it has added another one which could prove to be very useful.
Outlook.com now allows you to save emails to the Redmond company’s note taking service, OneNote.
This feature is doubly useful in that it allows users to save a copy of the email to OneNote, and you can even read them in OneNote when you are offline. Additionally, you can also use this feature to keep your inbox de-cluttered and organized.
There are two ways to save an email to OneNote, the quickest way is the one below, courtesy Groovypost.
How to save an email in [...]