From using OneNote for project management to discovering hidden features in Word, there are tons of ways you can get more out of Office 365. Here’s a look back at this year’s most popular tips.
With OneNote Online, you can take notes and organize notebooks in a web browser. Here’s a brief introduction to the basics, so you can get up and running in a jiffy.
If you’re a frequent user of OneNote and you’d like to save some time, here are six helpful keyboard shortcuts for common tasks.
OneNote is a fantastic tool that you can use to plan and organize conferences, meetings, events, parties, and any in-person gatherings. Here are some expert tips on how to use it effectively.
Tables are great organizational tools within OneNote, and they work quite similarly to what you’re used to in other Microsoft programs. Here’s how to use them.
Creating a custom template in OneNote is an excellent way to speed up your workflow. You can just create a new page using your pre-set templates, so you can start working right away without having to adjust any of your page settings beforehand.
Instead of investing in costly project management software, how about using a free program like Microsoft OneNote? This post focuses on tips for the office, but personal and school projects can be managed with OneNote using many of these same key principles.
OneNote is a fan favorite Microsoft application that comes in several different packages. There’s OneNote for Desktop, which is included in most Office 365 business plans, OneNote on the web, OneNote for Windows, Android, and iOS devices, and OneNote for Windows 10.
Recently, we published the Office 365 Shortcuts Pack. This pack of PDFs lists hundreds of keyboard shortcuts in Excel, OneNote, Outlook, Outlook on the Web, PowerPoint and Word. In the OneNote Shortcuts PDF, the 150+ timesavers are divided into nine different categories to make sure you are efficient in all scopes of OneNote.
In today’s workplace, the traditional meeting just doesn’t cut it anymore. Co-workers and clients are spread across the globe in remote offices and workers do business on phones and tablets while traveling between cities. Thanks to the modern meeting, in-person collaboration doesn’t have to take place “in-person” at all.