Published by: Veronica Gritto
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A few years ago, after one year of working in an office where chaos was king I had to jump on this unknown wagon of working from home, dealing with targets and deadlines. Things would have not been so extreme if besides daily targets, deadlines and monthly reports of my daily activities I wouldn't have had to fit all these in at least 8 hours of daily work. Also I had to perform many random tasks which had nothing to do with my targets and still fit everything into my schedule so that I would have a normal life. These tasks were assigned to me by a very... how to say it? ... not-the-best-with-no-inclination-to-productivity-cluterred-work-environment-chosen-just-because-she-was-the-first-hired-on-the-team team leader. On top of these I had to participate in many long online meetings which revolved mostly around personal issues of my coworkers in a proportion of 80%. Given these circumstances I could not complain about anything unless I was absolutely sure about what I myself was doing and if I was productive enough to fight for my rights! I needed a time tracker!
Here is an overview of the insights I derived from the recently released update to Microsoft OneNote:
My grade for this update is an A! I feel like they made subtle improvements but maintained the features that make OneNote stand apart from other note-taking applications.