Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Set up OneNote on the web, part of OneNote for Team Collaboration.
- [Instructor] The OneNote desktop application…may be considered the primary version of OneNote,…but lots of people prefer to work with OneNote on the web…as an alternative or maybe in addition…to the desktop application.…The web based app has many of the same features…as the desktop version but it can be a bit limited.…Still, it's a great option for what we're doing here…in this course.…So on any computer with a web browser,…you can sign into your online account.…If you have a free outlook.com account,…you can just go to outlook.com,…and click on the sign in button here.…
If you have an Office 365 account,…either a home or a business account,…just go to office.microsoft.com and you can click…this sign in button up here near the top right.…Then just sign in with the email address and password…for your account.…After signing in from the landing page,…on either an outlook.com or Office 365 account,…you should see a button in the top left corner…that looks sort of like a waffle.…That's the app chooser.…You can click on that and then you can find…
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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