When it comes to taking notes, especially when away from one's computer, many people will use a mobile device. Office 365 groups uses OneNote technology for note taking, which means members can access group notebooks from a mobile device. In this movie, you will know how to use a mobile device with OneNote in Office 365 to access and edit a group notebook.
- [Narrator] If you're going to be creating…OneNote notebooks using Office 365 Groups,…like we did in the previous movie,…the good news is you can access those notes…with your mobile device.…Maybe you're using a smartphone, a tablet,…and you want to take those into a meeting with you…to take notes or access notes…that have been created in notebooks using Office 365 Groups…you can share with members.…Let's take a look at how it's done here…on an iPad, for example.…Logging in to Office 365 gives you access to your tiles…and you'll find, off to the side here,…at least on my screen, OneNote Online.…
Tapping that tile is going to open up a separate tab.…You can see it up there at the top, the Notebooks tab.…There are the notebooks that I have access to,…including the one we created in the previous movie.…Now, to access any one of these,…all you have to do is give it a tap on your screen.…That's going to get you inside,…where you're going to see any sections…and notes that were created using that particular notebook,…
In this course, David Rivers walks users through the basics of Office 365 groups, from creating a group and adding members to finding and joining other groups. Learn how to communicate with colleagues in a group, schedule group meetings, and collaborate on documents and larger projects.
- Describe the benefits of using Office 365 groups.
- Differentiate between group owners and group members.
- Explain how to subscribe or unsubscribe to a group’s email.
- Recall how to leave or delete a group.
- Describe how to schedule meetings with groups.
- Recall who can edit or cancel an event.
- Explain how to find and open a shared file.
- Cite the method for sharing a file externally.