What is OneNote?

In this beginners guide to OneNote we will talk about creating notebooks, adding notes, using the search and sharing your notes.

OneNote is a note-taking application that allows you to capture, organize, and share your thoughts and ideas.

It is part of the Microsoft Office suite and is available on multiple platforms, including Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.

Notebooks in Onenote

Creating Notebooks, Pages and Sections

To start using OneNote, you need to create a notebook. Think of a notebook as a physical notebook where you store all your notes. Within a notebook, you can create different pages to organize your notes by topic or project. You can also create sections within a notebook to further categorize your pages.

Inputting and Formatting Notes

OneNote supports a wide variety of input methods, including typing, handwriting, audio recording, and more. You can also format your notes, including changing the font, adding images and tables, and creating bulleted or numbered lists.
Typing in Onenote
Don't need to write on paper when you can write in onenote

Using Tagging and Search

OneNote allows you to tag your notes for easy reference later on. You can add custom tags or use predefined tags like “To-Do” or “Important”. The search function in OneNote is very powerful and allows you to quickly find specific notes based on keywords, tags, or even handwriting.

Collaboration and Sharing

OneNote also allows for collaboration and sharing of notebooks with others. You can invite people to view or edit your notebooks and work together in real-time. You can also share a notebook via a web link, making it easy to access from anywhere.
And there you have it! A beginner’s guide to Microsoft OneNote. With its wide range of input and formatting options, powerful search and collaboration capabilities, OneNote is a great tool for staying organized and capturing your ideas. We hope this video has given you a good foundation to start using OneNote and we wish you the best of luck in your note-taking endeavors.

you save notes on your phone, wear out more spiral notebooks than you can count, or are a Microsoft 365 user and need to keep track of information. 

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