Embracing Microsoft 365 Apps: Why Your Organization Needs Them Many organizations have transitioned to Microsoft 365, yet often, they stick to the familiar classics. Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook, what I refer to as the "core 4" of Microsoft's suite. These apps have stood the test of time and remain incredibly valuable. However, there's a … Continue reading What is Microsoft 365
The Beginner's Guide to OneNote The Comprehensive Beginner's Guide to OneNote: Mastering Notetaking and Organization The Comprehensive Beginner's Guide to OneNote: Mastering Notetaking and Organization Welcome to the comprehensive Beginner's Guide to OneNote. In this guide, we'll explore the ins and outs of Microsoft OneNote, a versatile notetaking application designed to help you capture, organize, … Continue reading Beginners Guide to OneNote
Best Practices for OneNote Maximize OneNote with best practices: organize into sections, add files/images, share notebooks.OneNote offers more than notetaking. Used the right way, OneNote will make you more productive than you thought possible. Here is a list of best practices to make your OneNote notebooks more effective. Best Practice 1: Use sections and pages … Continue reading Best practices for OneNote
What is Microsoft OneNote?
OneNote is a digital notebook application. This app allows you to take notes, organize information, and collaborate with others. It is available as a free application for Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android devices, as well as a web-based version. OneNote is part of the Microsoft Office suite. OneNote integrates with other Office applications, such as Outlook and Teams.
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If you are sharing a notebook with others you could password protect a section of that notebook. Then you can choose whether you share the password with any of those people that already have shared access to that notebook. This way you are creating a private area for sensitive information, within your shared notebook.