You can use your favorite social network to register or link an existing account:
Or use your email address to register without a social network:
Sign in with these social networks:
Or enter your username and password
Forgot your password?
Yes, please link my existing account with for quick, secure access.
No, I would like to create a new account with my profile information.
One of the oldest recipes ever to be discovered is a 4000-year-old beer formula recorded on a clay tablet. Those brew masters would envy the ways we catalog recipes today: a scrawled family recipe on an index card, bookmarked recipes from Allrecipe.com, or the batter-splattered page of your mom's cookbook.
But how the heck do you organize them so you can find one when it's time to cook?
It's really easy. You put all of them (except for the 4000-year-old clay tablet) in OneNote. It lets you drop in screen clippings, scanned images of handwritten recipes, and even recorded reminders to go slow on the hot pepper sauce.
Rome, the Eternal City! I studied Latin for five grueling years, but somehow never managed to visit the Etruscan peninsula. A couple decades later, I'm going! But first I need a way to plan the trip with a bunch of friends. We could use email, but that doesn't let us collect and refine our ideas in one place. That's where OneNote on SkyDrive is super-handy.
Microsoft User Research is currently looking for a group of people who are passionate about their tablets or iPads to participate in a year-long panel. When you participate in a Microsoft User Research study, you become part of our product and services development process. In providing your perspective, ideas and comment, you'll help us shape the next version of our products.
This week is the start of a series of blogs on OneNote users.
We talked with Leanne Marshall, the "den mother" for the OneNote engineering team, among others.
We hope to feature more of our passionate, AWESOME users as we go along. Let us know if you'd like to be the subject of a blog!
Meet Kelli Etheredge, teacher, mother, avid OneNote user.
She claims to be a “recovering perfectionist” with “healthy dose of procrastination." She loves biking, tennis, and playing the “Cars” game with her 5-year-old son and Scrabble with her 8-year-old daughter. Luckily for OneNote, she also loves staying organized and she relies on OneNote to help her keep her sanity amid the chaos.
We talked with Kelli about herself, her profession, and her use of the application we all know and love – OneNote. Check out the full blog post!
Aaress Lawless thought she was a productive small business owner. Behind the scenes, however, she struggled to manage all of the details involved in running a global website. Her desk was covered with all kinds of scribbles — sticky notes, napkins, torn envelopes, you name it. Then she discovered that she didn't have to do things that way. She discovered Microsoft OneNote.
OneNote doesn't just help Aaress keep her business organized, it also helps her serve her clients better. Read the full blog post to see how OneNote became Aaress' virtual brain, and learn how you, too, can toss those sticky notes into the trash and make better use of your time.
January was such a busy month for Microsoft OneNote that we decided to compile our first monthly summary of favorite OneNote posts to help you stay up to date. Read the full blog post to read this month's roundup of popular stories and to catch up with OneNote on Facebook and Twitter!
Summer is here! Are you still planning a vacation, but you're not sure where to go?
Dozens of travel bloggers from around the globe are sharing what each of their favorite 40 cities has to offer in a collection of downloadable TripBooks. You can use the free OneNote Web App to view each guide and then use OneNote 2010 to add your own content, photos, links, ideas, and itinerary before taking these notebooks on your next getaway. We've even included some "how to" videos to help you get started.