OneNote
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OneNoteCreate Note in Section

Give this RSS OneNote integration a shot if you're looking for a note-taking solution for your RSS feed items. Once active, a new note will be created on OneNote for every new feed item. Whether you researching the news or just archiving articles, this Zap is an ideal way so stay on top of each and every new article that pops up.

How It Works

  1. A new item is posted to an RSS feed
  2. Zapier automatically adds a note to OneNote

What You Need

  • RSS feed
  • OneNote account

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When this happens...
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New Item in Feed

Triggers on new RSS feed items.

Create Note

Create a new note in the "Quick Notes" section of your default notebook.

New Note in Section

Triggers when a new note is created in a notebook/section.

Create Note in Section

Creates a new note in a specific Notebook/Section

New Items in Multiple Feeds

Triggers when there is a new item in any of the feeds being watched.

Create Image Note

Creates a note with an embedded image (must have a public URL to that image).

Create Item in Feed

Power your own Zapier RSS feed.

Create Page/Note From Url Link

Given a URL, we'll download it and place it in your OneNote account!

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What is RSS by Zapier?

Built-In

RSS (really simple syndication) is pretty much the industry standard for feed readers. You'll find RSS feeds in almost every app imaginable.

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