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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
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Nick] Welcome to this course on sharing and collaboration in OneNote. I'm Nick Brazzi. This course does not cover the basics of working in OneNote. It focuses specifically on how sharing notebooks and co-authoring work in OneNote, a topic that can be confusing even for experienced OneNote users. We'll start by getting the application set up and introduce the main interface elements that we will need for this course. We will focus on both the desktop applications and the web-based version of OneNote.
Next, we will talk about where and how notebooks should be stored to make sharing possible. We'll talk about working with OneNote content from both OneDrive and SharePoint storage. And I'll also address a common question. What is the difference between OneDrive and SharePoint? Then, we will get into the specifics of sharing notebooks with other people and opening notebooks that have been shared with you. And of course, we will do some co-authoring, which is when two or more collaborators are editing something together at the same time.
So if you plan to use OneNote to share information with your team members, I think this course will help you understand the tools that you will use.