20 things you can do with Microsoft OneNote

Here are 20 things you can do with Microsoft OneNote:

  1. Take handwritten notes using a digital pen or your finger if you have a touchscreen device.
  2. Convert your handwriting to text for easy searching and readability.
  3. Create digital notebooks for different topics or projects.
  4. Use tags to categorize and organize your notes.
  5. Embed videos, audio files, and other multimedia content directly into your notes.
  6. Create hyperlinks within your notes for easy navigation.
  7. Share your notes with others and collaborate in real-time.
  8. Use the built-in search function to quickly find specific notes or content.
  9. Use templates to create professional-looking notes or to get started quickly.
  10. Use OneNote on your phone or tablet to take notes on-the-go.
  11. Create checklists and to-do lists to keep track of tasks and progress.
  12. Create and organize meeting agendas and minutes.
  13. Import and annotate PDFs, images, and other files.
  14. Use the clipper tool to save web pages or content to OneNote.
  15. Use the built-in drawing tools to create diagrams and sketches.
  16. Record audio notes or lectures directly into OneNote.
  17. Use OneNote as a project management tool to track progress and collaborate with team members.
  18. Create a virtual recipe book or meal planner.
  19. Use OneNote as a journal or personal diary.
  20. Use OneNote to store and organize research notes, citations, and sources for papers or projects.

 

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