In this online video tutorial, productivity expert Steve Somers outlines several advance features of Microsoft's OneNote. You will learn some tips for advanced OneNote usage, including OneNote for team projects and maintaining a toolkit of common resources.
- [Voiceover] Now that you've gotten everything…related to your life in one place in OneNote,…meeting notes, emails, random clutter,…there comes a time you'll need to retrieve…all the good information you've already saved.…Just because you've saved it, doesn't all mean…it's easy to find.…Let's review some techniques to access the information…you've gathered, so you'll be more productive…finding just what you need, when you need it.…Let's start first by talking about Search.…Search in OneNote is really robust.…It allows you to search across all of your notebooks,…within a notebook, within a section,…or even just on a page.…
One of the great things about OneNote…is the robust search that's available.…Search in OneNote will allow you search across notebooks,…within a notebook, and within a section.…Let's start by looking at the search bar,…which is in the upper-right-hand corner.…Two things to notice when you're looking at search.…The first is that it shows you recent searches,…so you can just easily find something…
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.
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- Explain the best ways to improve personal productivity.
- Differentiate between OneDrive and SharePoint.
- List the most important features of OneNote.
- Name the most important guideline for writing emails.
- Cite the best practices for managing multiple calendars.
- Explain ways to make meeting matter.
- Summarize the components of a productive meeting agenda.