If you are using Feedly and OneNote, here is a good news for you. Feedly recently released a feature that lets you save your feed articles directly into OneNote notebook.
Here is a quick glimpse to see how it works.
When you are reading the article in Feedly web application, you will now notice a new icon showing up underneath the article’s title right next to the Instapaper icon, called OneNote.
Click the icon, if you want to save the article to your notebook. If this is the first time you are using this feature, you will be redirected to Microsoft Account sign in page. Sign in with your own Microsoft Account that holds your OneNote notebooks, and grant the permission for Feedly to get access to your notebook.
Once the article is saved, you will see the OneNote icon highlighted with a message saying “Success” with a link that takes you directly to your OneNote web app.
By default, the article will be saved in your Personal (Web) notebook, Quick Notes section as a separate page. Here is what it looks like on web and desktop app.
The save-to-OneNote feature is also available on Feedly other apps. But unfortunately, since Feedly doesn’t have a native Windows 8 app I can’t enjoy this feature on my Surface RT tablet.
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Last updated: 08/04/2014