Here on the BetterCloud Monitor we’ve showed you how OneNote is a useful tool for creating to-do lists (and shopping lists) and working with other kinds of files. Today’s video tip centers around another way to use OneNote to improve an unavoidable corporate task: meeting minutes.

OneNote 2013/2016 makes the note-taking process easier by allowing you to:

  • Launch OneNote directly from your Outlook calendar or the meeting appointment itself
  • Insert meeting details onto the OneNote page, including the attendee list and any attachments
  • Check boxes next to the attendee names to indicate who was present
  • Update changed meeting details by selecting Refresh Meeting Details for this Page under Meeting Details
  • Share meeting notes with others from a shared location or by emailing the page
  • Use all the features of OneNote that you already love!

 

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How do I launch OneNote from my calendar?

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