Omar Shahine has just released a new powertoy for OneNote: Send RSS to OneNote. This looks to be another one of those ““must-haveÃ¢â‚¬Â powertoys that help keep data in OneNote. Well done, Omar.
I don’t think the powertoy works with OneNote 2007.
This is a cool little application. Basically you can launch it, enter an RSS feed (all flavors supported) and click download feed, select the posts you want and send off to OneNote.
I’ve also added a little context menu in IE (thanks for the pointers Greg!) that will launch Rss2OneNote and download the feed. Lastly, I added an option to create a new section based on the Feed Title and create a page for each blog entry.
BTW: If you find that the powertoy to be a productive tool, I’d encourage you to make a donation to Omar on his download page.
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