I just saw this, sorry for slow reply.
I use OneNote on my desktop quite a bit. Someone above mentioned macros, and that is one aspect that makes a huge difference. I didn’t like OneNote much because I was looking for features that Evernote has, sort functions for example. I added the Onetastic and downloaded a bunch of their macros and it makes everything much more useful. There’s another 3rd party macro site, forget the name, but similar. Either would be good imo.
I do a lot w/ OneNote, so for me the paid/subscription (Office 365) version is more finegrained, and allows a lot more manipulation of things I’ve written, etc. One thing I do a lot is use a ton of screenshots for trading - mostly crypto but some daytrading etc too - and then mark them up, save for comparisons etc. The paid version just works better for this.
I’m on laptop now, but can review more w/ screenshots on the desktop later. Using on desktop lets me have really good notes for laptop. OneNote on android is horrible, imo. Wish they would work on features