Earlier today I wrote about Microsoft's recent trend towards inviting users to gain early access to software and services through various Insider programs.
Another way that the software company can gain insight into how users are taking in new features is to provide an option to activate advanced or experimental features.
The OneNote team recently released an updated version of the OneNote Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app that adds an option to activate experimental features in the app for that very purpose.
Currently this option in OneNote gives users an alternate UI to work with their various notebooks and the content in them.
This gallery will show you how to activate this feature and give you a peek at the new UI elements they are currently testing.