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My favorite comments on the OneNote Blog are the ones that give me a glimpse into the interesting and creative ways my readers use OneNote to manage their busy lives. On occasion, some of those comments have crossed over into requests for technical support. While I genuinely try to find answers to such questions, the reality is that I can't always guarantee a quick solution, especially when the issue involves a specific setup or it's something that I haven't seen before.
We've built a pretty good support forum for these kinds of questions, so if you've never heard of it or you could use a reminder, read my full blog post to find out where you can get help from the experts and from other OneNote users like you!
Instead of scratching ideas for activities on pieces of paper, printing screenshots from websites, or emailing bits of information, guest bloggers Janice Croze and Susan Carraretto organize all their summer planning research into a OneNote notebook. Janice and Susan are identical twins, work-at-home-moms, and founders of the top Mom Blog, 5 Minutes for Mom.)
Meeting notes, vacation plans, grocery lists, great quotes, notes to self--let me count the ways to use OneNote. Consolidate all of your crucial information chunks and snippets in one place, then link with SkyDrive to share this virtual notebook with yourself (roaming), with other people (collaboration), and with other devices (OneNote ecosystem).
See the trailer below, or click "read more" to view the full webinar.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar
The English version of our Learn OneNote in 90 seconds video tutorial has been watched over 60,000 times since it was posted. As of today, this video is available in eleven additional languages.
You can help us get the word out to our international OneNote users about these new localized videos. If you have your own OneNote-related blog in a country where one of these languages is spoken, feel free to link to the respective videos to help non-English speakers discover them more easily. Read the full blog post for details...
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!
If you're new to Windows 8, you probably noticed that the OneNote app looks and feels very different from other versions of OneNote. How do you search? What happened to the menus? The new Windows is designed to avoid distracting you with commands you don't need, but all that change can be a little intimidating at first. Fear not! In this blog post, we'll teach you how to use the OneNote app from the Windows Store. These tips and tricks can be applied to most other Windows Store apps as well. If you don't have OneNote yet, download it now and follow along--it's free!
To say that Rita Williams-Bogar is an overachiever would be a massive understatement. From starting her own consulting business to shaping minds in the classroom, Rita keeps herself very busy.
We found Rita on our LinkedIn Office group, and were intrigued by one of her posts about OneNote. Given her passion for OneNote and our unending desire to learn more about the people who use our favorite app, we asked Rita to share a bit about herself, her business and how she keeps her life in order with OneNote.
Read the full blog post to learn how Rita discovered OneNote and how she's come to rely on it in her daily life.
Accessing password-protected sections was one of the most requested features for the OneNote Web App. Enabling this feature allows you to access your sensitive information from anywhere. After opening a password-protected section, you can edit its contents, change the section color, create new pages, and even edit the section name.