Prepare to earn your OneNote Microsoft Badge by learning dozens of time-saving secrets, tips, and tricks to become a OneNote power user. You’ll gain confidence navigating the OneNote interface, mastering drawing tools, adding screen clips, and more. See how to connect your Outlook meetings with OneNote to take notes and share action items. Get organized and more productive from home and from the office allowing us to dive deeper into the ever-changing world of technology and enable us to work smarter.
- Share Notebooks With Sharepoint Team Sites – Sharepoint is a useful Microsoft platform for teams. When you create a team site, everyone can collaborate using OneNote notebooks.
- OneNote lets you import items from the Office Lens app. This app lets you scan documents, posters, business cards, receipts, and handwritten notes and save them to OneNote.
- Use notes that link to external data sources like Word, Excel, or Outlook
Note: Attendees should have a current Windows or Office version of OneNote installed if they wish to follow along.