No problem to open the Link and Notebook, however, I don't see the dropdown for Edit in MS Note and Edit in Browser. I only see button for Edit in Browser, which lets me edit the notebook, independently from that I am logged in or not.
the ribbon in OneNote Online differs more from the ribbon in OneNote Desktop that e.g. Word Online does to Word Desktop. What I noticed, is that for inserting pictures, it's the same as in Word Online: OneNote Online uses Bild and Onlinebilder and OneNote Desktop uses Bilder and Onlinegrafiken. So, same suggestion as for Word Online to align those names.
no issues with this.
there is a difference from where I opened the Notebook, you linked in your blog post. I opened it in Opera and Firefox (just browsers where I am not logged in to any MS Site and I additionally deleted all cookies, history and so on). I can edit the OneNote file. The translation of the context menu is fine and it looks like this:
I use Chrome to currently test OneNote Online. So I am logged in there with my E3-Account. If I open a new tab in Chrome and open the link you provided, English and German are mixed up. The context menu then looks like the following screenshot. The same problem appears, if I open the context menu for the sections. It does not appear, if I open the context menu in the edit pane right to the page list. And I do not have this problem, if I open or create a notebook within my E3 account.
I checked the translation of moving/copying a page to another location. In English, the info text is Move or copy this page to another location. In German, it looks like this:
The translation does not correspond to the English text, as in German, the translation talks about files and not pages. My suggestion is: Diese Seite an einen anderen Ort verschieben oder kopieren.
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no issues for German. Only one suggestion: if I click on the password protected section, an info message appears. The current title is Der Abschnitt ist kennwortgeschützt. I would like to suggest to use Dieser Abschnitt ist kennwortgeschützt or the title used in the dialog for the password entry Geschützter Abschnitt.