OneNote Tips: Use Meeting Notes

Meeting Notes are a great way to capture your notes along with critical meeting information such as subject, time and attendees. To take advantage of Meeting Notes, go to the Calendar view and locate the meeting.  After selecting the meeting, in the Calendar Tools > Appointment menu, click the OneNote icon to create Meeting Notes.  Read more about OneNote Tips: Use Meeting Notes[…]

OneNote Tips: Set up Send To

Since the Quick Notes section is our holding area until items are reviewed, this is where all items should go first. Microsoft has built in capabilities for sending content from other Office applications to OneNote, using the Send to OneNote button.  Applications that have this feature include: Outlook Email Meeting Notes Contact Notes Task Notes Other Read more about OneNote Tips: Set up Send To[…]

OneNote Tips: Use Quick Notes as the OneNote Inbox

Previous iterations of the OneNote strategy recommendations used a section named ‘Inbox’.  This section was the entry point for all notes coming into the OneNote system. Actually, OneNote already has such an entry point: Quick Notes. Quick Notes is a default section in OneNote, with special features.  For instance, ⊞ Win+N creates a new note Read more about OneNote Tips: Use Quick Notes as the OneNote Inbox[…]