The Recent Edits tool in OneNote helps you keep track of changes people have made in a shared notebook. You can use the tool to see a list of pages that changed over a set period of time.

  1. Click History > Recent Edits.

  2. Pick a date range you want to see edits for.

    Screenshot of the Recent Edits button in OneNote 2016.

    In the Search Results list on the right, each page with changes is highlighted, along with a list of the changes on each page.

    Screenshot of the date range search results in OneNote 2016.

  3. To move from change to change, click a page title in the Search Results list. You can search and sort your list of changes in the Search Results list too.

  4. When you’re done reviewing the changes, click the close button in the upper-right corner of the Search Results list.

Note:  To see who made specific changes, you can show authors in a shared notebook.

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