I can't thank OneNote enough. It's replacing MS Word totally and does much much more. OneNote keeps all of my different projects and activities together in one place (it makes my life whole), neatly and perfectly organized, quickly accessible.
I love the Find Tags feature: I won't forget about anything anymore, ever. With one click of a button, everything on my different priority lists pop up together from all over the places, be it books I read, projects I am working on, schedules I am trying to keep up with, questions I have' anything that needs my immediate attention comes out of no where all of sudden.
If you are the type of doing only one thing at a time - for example, you have to finish one book before starting on another - OneNote is not for you.
If you have to do a hundred things all at the same time and try to catch up with your priorities and urgency and work on anything at any given time when situation calls or interest tickles, without having to worry about where you left off and where to begin with, OneNote is by far the best thing that could happen to your life.
You are missing out on a fortune if you don't employ OneNote to your benefit in this era of the information-galaxy-super-explosion happening on this planet.
Still not convinced? You can password-protect any part of your writing in secrecy while exposing all other parts in the open. You may find other features like this tailored to your particular needs. You'll be surprised.
OK, let me stop, I'm not getting paid for this hype. I feel obligated to write this review and say: Thank you OneNote, you complete me.