Windows 10 Redstone 2017: OneClip integration and a rebrand?

Microsoft is ready to take on Apple's own online clipping service with OneClip integration in Windows 10 and Office.
Windows 10 Redstone in 2017 is going to be interesting for businesses and consumers alike, as Microsoft is focusing much more on the productivity side of Windows. Microsoft is already looking into bringing an "Office Hub" to the taskbar with Windows 10 in 2017, alongside a new feature called Working Sets that would make Office contextual and organized.
Productivity plans do not end there, however. We mentioned last week that OneClip is still in the works, and there's a high chance we'll see it show up in 2017 as an integrated feature in Windows and Office alongside being available on a wide variety of platforms. Microsoft has reshuffled and refocused plans for OneClip many times internally, and now it looks like they finally have an area in which it fits nicely.

What was OneClip?

For those who were living under a rock in May of 2015, you likely missed out on the original hype for OneClip. In short, it was a Microsoft Garage project that leaked to the public, available on a plethora of platforms including Windows, Android, and iOS. Shortly after it had leaked, Microsoft pulled the service from the public, denying access to anyone outside of Microsoft.

What was OneClip?

For those who were living under a rock in May of 2015, you likely missed out on the original hype for OneClip. In short, it was a Microsoft Garage project that leaked to the public, available on a plethora of platforms including Windows, Android, and iOS. Shortly after it had leaked, Microsoft pulled the service from the public, denying access to anyone outside of Microsoft.

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