Microsoft's OneNote has just received IFTTT support thanks to a brand new channel, providing iPhone owners with the ability to create powerful automation recipes for the service on the go from an iOS device.
The news comes following OneNote's launch for OS X in the Mac App Store, which my colleague Aldrin Calimlim told you about a few hours ago. The service provides users with a cloud-powered “digital notebook” environment, and its OS X application features a new design that we're expecting to see reach Microsoft's Office for Mac later this year.
You can download OneNote for Mac free of charge on the Mac App Store, and though already a useful service, support for IFTTT (“If This, Then That”) – the free, Web-based automation platform – has made OneNote more powerful than ever.
Microsoft has also provided a list of example recipes highlighted by IFTTT, which include:
- Send your favorite tweets to OneNote
- Follow new Craigslist postings from OneNote
- Create pages in OneNote from a text message
- Send articles from the NYT to OneNote
Plus, you can configure all of these recipes and more right from an iPhone handset using the free IFTTT application.
For more information on the OneNote Channel, check out IFTTT's aforementioned blog post. You can download IFTTT for iPhone on the App Store free of charge, and as mentioned, Microsoft's OneNote for OS X can be downloaded for free on the Mac App Store.
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