I remain confused about the OneNote 2016 roadmap. As a premium customer who purchased Office 2016 it seems I am disadvantaged with regards to functionality and updates. For example, I notice a new UI for OneNote on devices and the free app in Windows 10. I also note that there are no plans to update OneNote 2016 with this new UI.
My question(s), aimed at Microsoft Product Management, is 'how do you see these two distinct incarnations of OneNote evolving? Specifically - What's the roadmap for each? Who are your target customer base for each? What are the challanges in delivering equivilant functionality across each platform; is it technical or target customer demography? Where do retail customer such as independent academics and professionals, who do not have belong to an institution but who require a robust and comprehensive product fit in terms of optimal product choice?'
So, that's the future question out of the way.
In terms of current functionality, search on Windows for OneNote is very broken. Not only can I not get results from Windows search bar, but within OneNote I cannot either. Yet, on iOS OneNote the search functionality works just fine. Again, it 'seems' like premium lacks what free gets.