OneNote tips – tip 1

Anyone who knows me knows that I live and breathe OneNote.  It’s probably one of the most unsung heroes of the Microsoft world.  I have used it for about 10 years now and most of my life is now in there… I use it for everything, from Christmas shopping to my Business Strategy plans.  So to get you as excited about OneNote as I am … I have started to write up a few of my favourite features for you.


Searching and photos

You can take photos of documents and then do a search on the words within the photo – great for doing research etc (or in my case when I am saving recipes)


Meeting organisation

Organise your meetings…. By clicking meeting details – you can automatically insert the details from outlook into your OneNote page –

You can then turn any action items into outlook tasks 🙂

Saving of Emails

And my ALL time best feature EVER is being able to send emails directly to OneNote from outlook, brilliant for if you want to save items to read later… look for the OneNote button in your outlook.  This is my most used feature.  I have a To Read folder and if I get sent any articles that I want to read later I forward them to OneNote.   This not only frees up my outlook, I can save articles and use them for research later on.


We will be doing a webinar on OneNote in the next couple of months – watch this space.

Written by Delia (long time OneNote Lover)

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