In this video tutorial, productivity coach Steve Somers explores ways to capture information using OneNote, Microsoft's note-taking application. He will demonstrate saving emails to OneNote, clipping from the web, and printing directly to OneNote.
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- Now that we've learned the basics of OneNote,…let's explore some ways we capture information…needed on a daily basis.…Using some of the tools on OneNote,…as well as add-ins and other web tools,…throughout Office 365,…you can easily capture data from various sources,…and save them in your OneNote.…We're focused here on efficiently capturing information,…so that you can easily retrieve it later.…We'll go into more detail in the retrieval in another video.…Let's start first in my email inbox.…Here's an email from Jennifer…regarding the Executive Retreat coming next year.…
There's some great information in this email,…so I want to save this to OneNote.…To do so, I'll select the OneNote button…in the middle of the toolbar.…OneNote will prompt me where I want to save this.…I'm going to select the Sales Team Site Notebook.…Now I've already created a tab called…'Executive Retreat 2017',…where I'm going to take notes about this event.…I'll select that section, and click OK.…You'll see that it prints the full email on the page,…
Next, learn which methods—email, phone, Skype, or face-to-face discussions—are most effective for communicating, and explore how to best plan and run effective meetings. By the end of the course, you'll be able to build a personal productivity strategy that works for you and your team.
- Exploring GTD
- Planning your day and week
- Managing your inbox
- Storing files on OneDrive and SharePoint
- Taking notes with OneNote
- Communicating effectively
- Planning productive meetings
- Running successful meetings