It has been ages since I thought of installing OneNote to my Tablet. It looked interesting, but I wasn't sure if it was worth paying for a bit of extra features. Since coming to Microsoft I saw many people using it for making notes, but still wasn't convinced till one lunch conversation.
It looked that I was at the table with audio experts, so I asked about a software to annotate audio recordings (thinking about all the interviews we are doing :). I was told that this should be possible in OneNote.
This as well as heavily discounted software prices at Microsoft store did the trick - I've got OneNote installed.
I tried recording audio and making notes and I loved it. It's easy and it's provides synchronised replay. I can listen to audio and see related notes highlighted and I can jump to the relevant audio piece just by pointing to a note.
I don't know how it will behave if I jump around a page while making notes and I wonder if it would scale for a number of hour long interviews. All those things I'm going to check, but so far it's just a lot of fun of thinking what kind of interesting things I can do with it for my research.