Help your ideas take shape with OneNote

Microsoft OneNote is a fantastic tool that comes with your Office 365 subscription. It is perfect for multiple people to collaborate on a project, or for you to individually manage your own projects. OneNote can be used across all your devices, and update in real time.


You can create notes in your own way; do you prefer to type bullet points, use lots of pictures, or scribble using a tablet and stylus. The notes are easily accessible from a desktop, phone or tablet – on any device/platform. This means you can write a note on your Apple iPhone, send it to your Windows desktop, and invite your colleague to collaborate on the notes with their Android phone. Additionally, there is also a web based app that can be used by anyone once you invite them to collaborate.


A great part of OneNote functionality is also the ability to embed Excel spreadsheets (values only), add notes that you have pulled over from Outlook, or embed documents as attachments so that all collaborators get their own copies.


When multiple people collaborate on a project, version control and tracked changes ensure that things don’t run away with you and blend into one project – contributions and ideas are tracked and seamlessly blended together for one cohesive project. A OneNote can be split into pages, sections, section groups or even separate Notebooks – meaning it is easy to keep projects separated and you can carefully manage user permissions and access.


The applications of OneNote are endless; from simple shopping lists, university group projects, home improvement mood boards, up to large, inter-company projects – the only limit to the use of OneNote is your imagination!


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Microsoft OneNote is a fantastic tool that comes with your Office 365 subscription. It is perfect for multiple people to collaborate on a project, or for you to individually manage your own projects. OneNote can be used across all your devices, and update in real time.


You can create notes in your own way; do you prefer to type bullet points, use lots of pictures, or scribble using a tablet and stylus. The notes are easily accessible from a desktop, phone or tablet – on any device/platform. This means you can write a note on your Apple iPhone, send it to your Windows desktop, and invite your colleague to collaborate on the notes with their Android phone. Additionally, there is also a web based app that can be used by anyone once you invite them to collaborate.

A great part of OneNote functionality is also the ability to embed Excel spreadsheets (values only), add notes that you have pulled over from Outlook, or embed documents as attachments so that all collaborators get their own copies.


When multiple people collaborate on a project, version control and tracked changes ensure that things don’t run away with you and blend into one project – contributions and ideas are tracked and seamlessly blended together for one cohesive project. A OneNote can be split into pages, sections, section groups or even separate Notebooks – meaning it is easy to keep projects separated and you can carefully manage user permissions and access.


The applications of OneNote are endless; from simple shopping lists, university group projects, home improvement mood boards, travel plans, up to large, inter-company projects – the only limit to the use of OneNote is your imagination!



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