Why type your notes into OneNote when you can dictate them?
If you’ve ever worked on a project (and if you’re reading this article I’d say it’s safe to say you have) then it’s likely you’ve encountered the challenge of sharing information among your team members.
Task management requires dealing with subtasks. Are they useful or do they add to the burden of managing the tasks?
Here’s how you can have super powered highlighters in OneNote to take your studying to the next level.
Did you know you can use OneNote for managing procedures for your team or organization?
OneNote 2016 has a built in backup function to allow you to protect your notebooks from loss or damage. It’s a quick couple of steps to get set up and with Microsoft’s recent cloud issues
I learned recently you can create nested section groups in OneNote and this has made a huge change in how I’m organizing my notebooks and content. Watch these videos to see how to create nested
If you’re an Android user (sorry iOS) you can press and hold on the OneNote icon on your phone to pop up a list of the quick actions available for the app. But that’s not
OneNote 2016 is back from the dead.
Using OneNote on a Chromebook takes some planning and compromise to be successful. This is how I do it.