Microsoft OneNote dark mode feature is just spotted. The company is reportedly testing the new feature. The features work-in-progress screenshots have been leaked out and surfaced online.
The whole interface will be turned out in shades of grey, that will, in fact, protect your eyes. There are no more details about the intricacies of dark mode, but it has been confirmed by OneNote VP Laura Butler that the feature is a work-in-progress, and hints that the app is also set to ‘get a new majorly improved navigation’ system.
Microsoft OneNote Dark Mode Feature is on Its Way
According to the verge:
It’s still early work for the OneNote dark mode, but it appears that if you enable it on a Windows 10 PC it will carry over to the mobile versions for iOS or Android. Microsoft also appears to be keeping the main sheet that you add notes to white, probably to ensure it’s a little more readable for existing notes.
The dark mode settings will sync with your Microsoft Account so in case the users change the settings on the desktop, it will also reflect on the OneNote app on the device. However, it is not clear whether Microsoft is planning to roll out dark mode on all of its platforms or not.
It is not clear that when Microsoft will make available it for everyone.