In this video, you can learn about how use OneNote to take cloud-based notes that can include text, links, images, attachments, ink notes, and even notes you dictate using your computer's microphone.
- [Instructor] If you've ever carried around…a paper notebook and filled it up with notes,…sketched out ideas, wrote down phone numbers,…to-do lists, tracked your spending,…you know this method has its limitations.…For one, it's not all that useful…if you don't happen to have your notebook with you…to add new content or find existing content.…And eventually, you will run out of pages.…Searching through dozens of pages…for that important phone number…that you jotted down last month…could take longer than you'd like, as well.…And that's where OneNote can help.…It's worth taking a quick look here.…Now, OneNote is actually part of Microsoft Office…and Office 365, and it is a cloud-based service…designed for note taking and archiving.…
And a note could be simply formatted text,…like we see here in this quick note.…But it can also include other things like…links to websites, images, photographs,…voice memos even, or even a handwritten ink note…that if you wanted to, you could select…and convert into text just like that.…
- Cloud components and infrastructure
- Cloud computing benefits
- Cloud security
- Cloud storage considerations
- Working with Google G Suite, Microsoft Office 365, iCloud, and more
- Using collaboration tools: Microsoft Teams, Dropbox, and more
- Migrating to the cloud
- Monitoring the performance of your cloud services
Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Computing Basics
2. Evaluate Cloud Computing for Business
3. Cloud Storage
About storage providers2m 1s
4. Cloud Tools and Services
5. Cloud Tools for Teams
6. Migrate to the Cloud
7. Evaluate Cloud Performance
Next steps1m 2s
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