***Note-taking and Archiving at Work: Office 365 ProPlus OneDrive and OneNote @ WSU
Note confusion re: OneNote 2016 (icon has white N on red) and OneNote for Windows 10 (icon has red N on white). Microsoft originally indicated it will no longer be updating OneNote 2016, so its best to use the default OneNote for Windows 10, however very recently they have gone back on this and will be updating OneNote 2016 (and maybe getting rid of the default Windows version?)
Note: I basically just use the Web version, OneNote Online.
Desktop Version (syncs with online version).
Access online: https://email.wsu.edu
WSU Policies and Guidelines (FERPA...)
The issue of the Microsoft Store...
The Absolute. Magic. of Office Lens (also integrated into phone/tablet versions of OneNote)
Available as a desktop app, on the Web, and on tablets and smartphones. Can choose to sync information or keep it on the local device. Great tagging support! Except...
(If you are interested...
Evernote support and help. Also, here's a great article from LifeHacker about using Evernote.)
Alternatives include Microsoft OneNote (either OneNote 2016 if you have it and want to keep it (see above) , or the OneNote that comes installed with Win 10) and Google Keep, and also (kind of...) Google Drive, Dropbox, and Microsoft OneDrive all of which are also multi-platform (i.e. browser, mobile, desktop) but are really more for document creation and sharing, rather than integrated note-taking. There ae other alternatives outside the Microsoft and Google ecosystem as well.