Notetaking apps have been around for a long time. You might have experience with Evernote or Google Keep. Microsoft offers OneNote. In many ways, the features of OneNote allow it to be more than just a place to take meeting notes (although it’s pretty good at that!
This session introduces you to this robust app in the Microsoft family and shows you how to get right to work using it to save time, enhance collaboration and manage small projects effectively.
Melissa Esquibel, MCT, MOSM has been a OneNote evangelist for many years. She uses the app for travel itineraries, projects, meeting white boards and book authoring. In this session, she will share with you how best to use the tools to facilitate data gathering, summarization and collaboration.
Whether you have it installed on your PC, Mac or smart phone or haven’t ever seen it, this session will open your eyes to the possibilities of being able to keep track of content and contributors, and do it on any or all of your devices.
If you are always chasing down the locations for all of the documents and artifacts for a project? Do you struggle with getting true collaboration when you are not using a large platform like SharePoint or Teams? Are you working with a technology diverse team in one ore more organizations? OneNote may be the right answer for you. In fact, those with whom you collaborate don’t even need to have the app installed to work with you in OneNote.
This app is available online, on Mac, PC and mobile devices.
The structure of OneNote allows for flexible organization of content and easy restructuring as projects evolve.