Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Coauthor with SharePoint notebooks, part of OneNote for Team Collaboration.
- [Narrator] A lot of people ask me,…what is the difference between OneDrive and SharePoint?…I can store files and OneNote notebooks on both,…and I can share things from both.…Well briefly, here's the difference.…OneDrive is where you can store files…that only you can access.…You can choose to share them if you want.…SharePoint groups are generally…groups with multiple members.…Files stored on SharePoint are automatically…accessible to any member of that group.…
If you and I are both in a SharePoint group…and we have a OneNote notebook on that group,…I don't need to share it with you.…You already have access.…I'm here on the Office 365 website.…Remember, SharePoint is only available…to Office 365 business users.…To access a SharePoint team site,…I could go to the SharePoint tile here…and search for that group,…or I could go to the web address for that team site.…But I prefer to go to the mail app.…
I'll click on the tile for mail.…I just want to go to a specific SharePoint group.…I'll go to groups on the left side,…
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- Setting up the interface on OneNote for Mac and Windows
- Storing notebooks in a shareable location
- Using a notebook stored on SharePoint
- Creating and managing multiple notebooks
- Sharing and coauthoring notebooks
- Coauthoring notebooks with collaborators
- Managing shared notebooks