OneNote is an incredible suite of programs. This enables you to work however you decide is best for you. Instead of restricting users, OneNote empowers you to get organized and get working.
The desktop client of OneNote has template features, which can help standardize how new pages look and feel. Templates are a terrific way to keep your team on the same page and speaking a consistent organizational language.
OneNote has some very robust tools for creating, editing, and manipulating tables as well as organizing notes.
Find out how to set up a task-based project dashboard.
Outlook Tasks is a tool you can use to set reminders and track tasks in OneNote with Outlook. Learn how to use this dynamic feature.
In OneNote 2016, the lists and outlining options have a few bonus features. These extra tools take lists from rows of text to flexible elements.
Learn how to use OneNote to build a project dashboard to keep track of each of your project’s statuses.
Your team needs to be on the same page and always working from the most up-to-date information. This used to mean lots of meetings and emails to share information. Today, sharing information can look very different for your workflow.
Meetings are essential to keeping businesses running, even though they can feel like a waste of time. Instead of ignoring how meetings can become a time waster, address the problem head on with OneNote.
Keeping projects under control and on track is critical to the successful business. Although all businesses have projects, not every business has project managers or project management software.
OneNote is a powerful tool that Microsoft offers for free, in this post, Joe shows you how to get the most out of this note taking application.
OneNote is a free note-taking program that Microsoft offers to everyone at no charge, and it can be the perfect information management tool for your business. This series will show how to leverage OneNote at your business for project management, note tracking, issue tracking, ticket management, and more.