Right now, all you can do is highlight a portion of the final ink and copy it to another region on the page or to a new OneNote page. You can’t do that while the Replay feature is running, though, and that, too, would be handy.
In any event, OneNote’s new Replay capabilities provide the jumping-off point to something better. I’m a frequent user of OneNote, and its synced audio note-taking feature is a powerful tool for almost any scenario. Replay, if developed further, might have similar potential.
Inking might have a future as well. For now, however, the first implementations of inking within Windows need further development before they’re truly useful.
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