Onetastic for Microsoft OneNote
Onetastic is a free (with limited functionality) multi-purpose addin for Microsoft OneNote. A Pro version is available for $15 on up to two PCs for one user.
- Freemium • Proprietary
What is Onetastic for Microsoft OneNote?
Automate routine tasks with macros, view OneNote pages on a calendar view, image utilities, create custom text styles, and add the use of system shortcuts/favorites as pinned items.
Trial Period Downloading macros from Macroland and executing macros will require Pro license after a trial period. The trial period depends on usage rather than time. A user that needs to execute a few macros occasionally may end up never requiring a Pro license. Onetastic will mention when your trial is expiring and when you require a Pro license.
Downloading Macros Onetastic Pro allows you to download macros available in Macroland at the time of purchase plus one year. For instance if you purchase a Pro license today, all macros currently in Macroland and all the macros that will be added and updated for the following 365 days will be available for download. After this period newly added macros will require a new Pro license. However you can continue to download older macros. Note that older macros can be updated with new features or macros be removed from Macroland. Therefore there are no guarantees that any particular macro will be available forever.
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The idea is good, but the license/fees are a deal killer.
I paid for PRO, because the free version becomes REALLY FREEKING ANNOYING with its incessant, repetitive pop-ups telling you to buy PRO, after you run a macro in free mode.
But it got worse.
I got a new PC and when I input my license, it says it had expired (after one year) and I'd have to pay AGAIN to have the exact same macros I'd had on my old PC.
What it does best: empty your wallet.