Your paper and digital notes are invaluable but who wants to waste time re-organizing them, digging through them, or deciding how and where they should be stored? The answer to your note-keeping chaos is Microsoft OneNote, a digital notebook that makes it easy to save, organize, search, share and review notes, websites, email, voice recordings, images, etc. As individuals or in a groups, OneNote is the "go-to" application for people tired of endless stacks of paper, disorganized project data, one-at-a-time document access, duplication of effort and frantic last-minute searches for information.
OneNote is also a powerful collaborative resource, offering far more than the ability to share static notebook pages via e-mail. With the use of shared notebooks teamwork is simplified, meetings become more efficient, customer and group input is easily entered, accessed and maintained. Collective brainstorming is a no-brainer. OneNote also makes fast work of document reviews because multiple users can be edit the same file at the same time.
In this lively course, you’ll learn the basics of OneNote 2016 as well as its considerable collaborative applications, especially practical with project groups and customer interactions.
Stop spinning your wheels losing track and getting frustrated. Explore the simple, powerful and time-saving organizational potential of Microsoft OneNote.
Dawn Groves is an author and senior consultant with Einblau & Associates focusing on workflow effectiveness, team strategy & communications, and digital efficiency. A sought-after presenter and teacher, Dawn began her career as a software engineer working on satellite-to-submarine communications. Later, she published several books on lifestyle management and computer topics. She has been quoted in print publications such as Professional Excellence, Success Magazine, Harvard Business Review and Bottom Line Personal. Currently Dawn maintains an active online presence, consulting with city government services and private industries in the USA and Canada. She is finishing her latest book, “In the Trenches with Microsoft OneNote 2016. Don’t just learn it; use it.”