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Podcasting with OneNote

William Devereux is a Program Manager on the OneNote team. I’ve been podcasting for nearly six years and recorded over 200 episodes. Along the way, I’ve gone through dozens of equipment configurations, including different microphones, PCs, and recording software. But one thing has remained the same since the beginning: OneNote. My fellow hosts and I rely heavily on OneNote, thanks to its sharing and real-time collaboration features. Every podcast needs…

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Announcing the Onetastic sort feature

Omer Atay is a developer on the OneNote team, and he created Onetastic in his free time.  An update to sort your content is now available for Onetastic, an add-in to enhance OneNote functionality with a set of built-in features and an extensible macro processor that allows you to download and modify macros and add new ones yourself. If you aren’t familiar with Onetastic, check out this video introduction below…

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Tell us what you think about OneNote, and sign up to try out the Android beta version soon!

Omeed Chandra is a Program Manager on the OneNote team. In this post, he announces a new website where users can share feedback and suggestions for improving OneNote. On the OneNote team, we love hearing from our customers, and we use your feedback to help us decide what features to build next. The Microsoft Answers forums have long been a great resource for troubleshooting problems, but many of you have…

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Clip the web with me@onenote.com!

We just made it easier than ever to clip the web — now, when you send an email with a URL to me@onenote.com, we’ll clip a screenshot of the webpage along with the email’s contents into your OneNote notebook. Browsing the web on your smartphone? Hit “Share”, pick Email, and send it to me@onenote.com. Find an article in a news reader app? Share it via email and type me@onenote.com. Friend…

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Webinar: Tips for searching Outlook

What’s the best way to search Outlook? Do you just type a word and press Enter? That works pretty well. But in this video we cover how to quickly narrow your search with search tools, how to narrow using search syntax, how to search for attachments, and more. Need a sneak peek? Here’s a 30-second trailer perfect for sharing in social media. What you will learn at the webinar How…

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Administrators help teachers, students reach learning objectives with OneNote

Today is the last day of ISTE 2014 but it has become clear from this year’s conference that schools are more connected than ever, incorporating laptops, tablets, and even phones into day-to-day instruction. But these devices need a strong information system to enable administrators to empower teachers to be effective in helping students reach learning objectives. For Cary Academy in North Carolina, that system is OneNote. Digital textbooks in OneNote…

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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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Collaborating on an Office document in the web? Office Online is your obvious choice

I agree with Benjamin Park, a senior at the University of Michigan. Have you ever planned a family reunion, organized a charity event with a group of volunteers, or worked with other parents to develop a proposal for improved traffic safety in your neighborhood? When you have a project that calls for collaboration, you want an experience that will make your job easier, not more difficult. You want to finish…