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Old 12-08-2014, 10:31 AM
Daniel.Dolinov Daniel.Dolinov is offline Outlook 2013 Categories in OneNote 2013 Windows 7 64bit Outlook 2013 Categories in OneNote 2013 Office 2013
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It would be very helpful to have Categories that I have automatically applied to emails and meetings in Outlook transfer to OneNote when I send an email or a meeting from Outlook to OneNote. Does such functionality exist?
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themausman themausman is offline Outlook 2013 Categories in OneNote 2013 Windows 7 32bit Outlook 2013 Categories in OneNote 2013 Office 2013
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Nope that functionality doesn't exist. The good thing is that you can send a suggestion here : https://onenote.uservoice.com/ make yourself heard! I can tell from experience that they do listen!
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