Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Use the OneNote mobile apps, part of OneNote for Team Collaboration.
- [Instructor] As we've gone through this course,…we've worked with the OneNote desktop application…for both Mac and Windows,…as well as the web-based version of OneNote,…but you can also work with OneNote…on smartphones and tablets.…There are mobile apps for Windows Mobile, Android,…and iOS, but working with the OneNote mobile apps…can be an exercise in working around limitations,…and the experience is not consistent…between the Android, iOS, and Windows mobile apps.…So, I'll take you through these,…but if you have any problems or, sorry to say,…if you're an Android user,…you should consider falling back on the web-based version…of OneNote for anything related to sharing…and collaboration.…
You can access the same web-based tools…that we've seen in this course,…even in the mobile browser on your smartphone or tablet.…It may be a little awkward working in a mobile web browser,…but that's the only way I know of to get all…of sharing features that you may need,…particularly on Android.…With that in mind, let's look at what we can do…
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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