Communication / Collaboration · Curation · Digital collaboration · Digital research and scholarship · Distance Learning · OneNote

#154 Introducing OneNote, your online notebook

If you are a Window’s user, you’ll find OneNote is a handy tool for keeping all your research notes, meeting minutes and to do lists handy. OneNote is like a big box folder, which contains file dividers and pages within it, but unlike a box folder, it’s really easy to share and collaborate on the contents or access it on the go.

You’ll need to have a OneDrive or Microsoft 365 account (See : #142 An introduction to OneDrive: Office in the sky!) as all your notes will be stored to the cloud, so you can access them from any device with an internet connection and share your notes with other people.

Check out this short introduction to OneNote to find out more:

Featured image: “GTD Project Files” by  Nels Highberg is licenced under  CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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One thought on “#154 Introducing OneNote, your online notebook

  1. While it’s true that OneNote (desktop edition) is the most fully-featured version, OneNote is available on Mac, web and mobile. Its cross-platform, cloud-hosted nature is perhaps one of its strongest features.

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