When you take Quick Notes (formerly Side Notes) or save info to OneNote 2016 from Clipper or Office Lens, your notes are saved in the Unfiled Notes section (depending on how long you've been using OneNote, this section could be called Quick Notes).
You can leave these notes where they are, or you can move them to more meaningful locations in your notebook.
View unfiled notes
To see if you or OneNote have collected any unfiled notes:
Open the Notebook pane by clicking the name of your current notebook, shown on the left side just underneath the ribbon. (Skip this step if you have the Notebook pane docked to the screen.)
At the bottom of the Notebook pane, click Quick Notes.
In the section that appears (Quick Notes or Unfiled Notes), click the page tabs on the right to browse through any notes collected here.
The Quick Notes (or Unfiled Notes) section works like any other notebook section. If you’re not ready to organize the notes it contains, you can still use the search feature to find the info in the notes in this section.
Organize unfiled notes
You can leave random pages of notes in the Quick Notes section indefinitely, but you may want to consider moving pages to other sections.
To move a page, do the following:
Right-click the tab of any page you want to move, and click Move or Copy.
In the Move or Copy Pages dialog box, click the notebook section where you want to move the selected page, and then click Move. If you want to move the page to a section in another notebook, first click the + (plus) sign next to that notebook in the list, and then click to select a section within it.
Repeat steps 1-2 with any other pages that you want to move.
Tip: Another way to file your notes is to use your mouse. One by one, click a page tab in the Quick Notes section, and then drag that page into another section or notebook.