Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Use a notebook stored on SharePoint, part of OneNote for Team Collaboration.
- [Narrator] Let's look at how you can…access a notebook that is stored on a SharePoint group,…how you can open it in the OneNote desktop application…if you want to.…In this movie we are not talking about…working with a notebook that somebody shared with you.…That's a topic for another movie.…Here we're focusing on finding and opening…a notebook from a SharePoint group…that you are a member of.…To do that I want to go to the Office 365 website.…You can see I'm already signed in here.…In signed into an Office 365 Business account.…
Remember, you only have SharePoint groups…if you are working with an Office 365 Business account.…Also, I'm already a member of a few SharePoint groups…within this account.…If you do not already have SharePoint groups set up,…you might want to check out my course,…Team Collaboration in Office 365, for more information.…There are a few different ways to get to a SharePoint group…in Office 365, which we'll see here in this movie.…Now you may notice that there is a link…here on the landing page for SharePoint.…
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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