OneNote 2003 already has one of the most comprehensive implementations of “flags” that I have seen in any software, and it’s getting even better in OneNote 2007, this post gives some details. It’s worth reading for three reasons:
- If you use OnNote you can learn a lot
- If you are interested in the whole concept of how to use flags to catagorise the content your personal knowledge management system, OneNote can provide some inspiration, although tags also take some beating
- The most important reason to read this post though – because the OneNote blogs (here, here and here) represent a superb example of how a product development team can use this new media to inform, build a relationship with and take feedback from their community of users and prospective users!