Microsoft's OneNote tool makes working in Office 365 more efficient and productive. In this video tutorial, productivity pros Steve Somers and Steve Nguyen outline features in OneNote like pages, section tabs, and notebooks. They will introduce the concepts of Master List for tracking tasks and the "next meeting" concept for never forgetting an agenda item.
- [Voiceover] A primary principle of productivity…is having a single location where you keep all…of your notes, thoughts, goals, projects, and tasks.…I found this to be especially true…when I used to work in two offices.…I had access to all my data via network servers…but couldn't rely on paper notebooks…which were always in the wrong location.…I began to use OneNote as my hub for all these data points.…I like to maintain a master list…of all my objectives, take notes in meetings.…Store relevant reference materials.…
And share notebooks for common tasks.…Such as my weekly check in with my manager.…I also use it as a brain dump to store ideas…that were rattling around in my brain.…Like grocery lists and gift ideas.…Since OneNote is crucial for running my day to day plan,…let's take a deeper dive and look at how I use OneNote…to capture all the things that are important.…And how OneNote helps me to get things done.…I'll start by giving you an overview…of some of the things that are included in OneNote.…At the top we have a toolbar,…
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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- 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