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Students can be more organized and collaborative with OneNote

We all know that students today excel at using their devices and apps on them.  But using this technology to be more organized and collaborative in the classroom isn’t naturally ingrained in most. OneNote is a great app for any device a student brings to class that will build good habits that will last past the time the final bell rings. The familiar notebook structure of OneNote makes the transition…

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Teachers running their classrooms through OneNote and Welcome to ISTE 2014

This Saturday, June 28, kicks off the four-day ISTE 2014 conference and we’re happy to share some exciting stories about how people are using OneNote in education. Today we take a look at how the teachers at Cary Academy in Cary, North Carolina, seamlessly integrate OneNote into their classrooms to elevate the education of students through presentation, organization, and real-time collaboration with both students and other educators. Leslie Williams, a…

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Always accessible family shopping lists with OneNote

Nicholas Kerr works on Bing Rewards at Microsoft and writes a personal blog at www.nkerr.com. OneNote solves the shopping list frustrations my wife and I used to have. Our previous method involved sticky notes in the kitchen, and usually neither of us was near the list when either of us thought of something to add. But with a To Do list in OneNote, we can add items wherever we are and…

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Magic tricks with OneNote and Surface Pro 3

Nicole Steinbok is a Program Manager on the OneNote team. She loves the color purple, her family, and working on the team that created the magical experiences in this post. I’m so excited to be writing about OneNote on the new Surface Pro 3 integration. I’ve worked with brilliant people from the Windows, Surface and OneNote teams to create this instant note-taking experience that’s like taking notes on paper–but way better.…

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Create Quick Notes in OneNote using only your voice

Have you ever wished you could speak your thoughts to your phone, and they’re automatically filled into OneNote? Now you can, and it’s quick and easy to get started! Check out how to add Quick Notes on 3 different platforms: Windows Phone, iOS, and Android. Windows Phone 8.1 OneNote for Windows Phone 8.1 allows you to record and transcribe voice notes using the Cortana personal assistant. While Windows Phone 8.1…

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Introducing OneNote Clipper for Chrome and Springpad to OneNote migration tool

OneNote aims to let you view and take notes anywhere, across all your devices. Today, we’re happy to announce two new tools for Chrome and Springpad users to expand OneNote access even more. OneNote Clipper for Chrome A little over 60 days ago, we released the OneNote Clipper—the easiest way to save anything you see on the web to OneNote, in just one click. Since then, the feedback has been…

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OneNote on Surface Pro 3 in education: Writing, annotating, sketching, highlighting and drawing

Today, the Surface team announced an exclusive first look into the use of Surface Pro 3 in education. The 1:1 device-to-student vision of their IT Director, Rob Baker, at the Cincinnati Country Day School (CCDS) has created an environment in which the devices and services blend seamlessly into the learning process, enabled in large part by OneNote’s organization, collaboration and digital inking capabilities experienced on the Surface Pro 3. Check…

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Save an email to OneNote with just a tap!

Today’s post is written by Chirag, Product Marketer at CloudMagic.  CloudMagic has developed a way to save an email to OneNote with just a tap!    You receive a lot of information over email that is note-worthy. Saving those emails to OneNote is now just a tap away with the CloudMagic Mail App.  Read on to learn more and where to download the app for iOS or Android with OneNote. CloudMagic’s email app uses Cards to connect your…

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Quality at his fingertips: How Boxing Fish Sushi is using OneNote to reinvent the catering business

On location sushi catering, literally “boxing fish” on-site, is anything but a normal business in Washington State. In fact, Kevin Griffin, founder and chef at aptly named Boxing Fish Sushi, is the one and only sushi caterer approved by the state’s health department. Kevin had been a sushi chef in San Diego in the past but it took a move back to his hometown of “foody” Seattle and a personal…

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Using OneNote to make your small business profitable and enjoyable

Sandy Morgan is owner of Almost Anything LLC and writes about using OneNote on her blog Business Made Simple with Microsoft OneNote. Since I run a service-based company that provides small business training and consulting, my clients rely on me for immediate responses, up-to-date information, regular follow-ups, and effective training on how to run a small business efficiently. OneNote allows me to stay focused on getting work done, rather than keeping track…