- [Instructor] Microsoft OneNote is an amazing and often…underused and undervalued member…of the Microsoft Office Suite.…However it is very present in SharePoint Online.…When were create a new team site for example,…that team site automatically gets a notebook.…Right here, in the quick launch.…And we can keep collaborative notes in that noteBook,…we can insert drawings, we can do research…and copy and paste information from the web.…
The notebook starts out empty but you can insert…sections; you can insert pages within sections.…So if I want to keep meeting notes here, I'll insert…a meeting notes section.…And OneNote is setup for co-authoring.…So if I open up a OneNote notebook when I'm sitting…in a meeting, other member of my team can do the same…and we are taking notes together in the same notebook.…So perhaps this is our launch meeting.…(computer keyboard clicking)…And I start this but other people can work here as well.…
Note that I have a share button if I wish.…It makes it easy for me to share.…Because that means sitting in the meeting I can…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Understanding SharePoint permissions
- Searching SharePoint sites
- Editing, saving, and sharing documents
- Using OneDrive for file storage
- Working with libraries and list apps
- Creating custom and dynamic views
- Integrating Office apps: Outlook, Word, and more
- Going mobile with SharePoint Online
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with SharePoint Online
2. Work with SharePoint Sites
3. Edit and Save Documents
4. Share and Sync Documents
5. Work with List Apps
6. Go Mobile with SharePoint Online
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7. Integration: SharePoint 2016 and Office
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