OneNote will amaze you!
Updated March 18, 2015
OneNote will amaze you!
Score 10 out of 10
Microsoft OneNote 2010
Overall Satisfaction with OneNote
Everyone in the company has access to OneNote; some departments used it as a shared notebook for information and tacking of workload. Individuals use it for their own benefit. Productivity and having information available to a group to access immediately.
Ease of use for the users.
Microsoft OneNote is the best software that was ever invented. It helps you streamline your productivity with the added benefit of making you more productive and organized. I have used it daily for the last 3-years and it has made me more efficient about getting information quickly. How can I count the ways it can assist you. Hmm, let me try!
1. Enhances your paperless office environment.
2. Easily search for the answer you need.
3. Easily integrates with all the Microsoft Office tools including the Web.
4. You can print directly to OneNote.
These are just some of the highlights of what the tool can do. I am 95% paperless and I found once I integrated the use of OneNote into my process it streamlined everything for me.
How? You receive an email with information that you need to retrieve later down the line. Just click on the icon that sits in Microsoft Outlook to send it to OneNote. OneNote opens up you select the section you want to store it in. Bam it’s there, forever until you delete it. This also works with Word, Power Point etc.; just select print to OneNote and Microsoft takes care of it for you in a couple of minutes.
Instead of trying to remember where you saved the information, just open OneNote and do a search and it’ll tell you where it is within the notebook.
Another great feature of OneNote is its capability of remembering where you copied and pasted information from a website. Ever saved a blurb from a website only to forget where you got it from. Not anymore, with Microsoft OneNote; any time you paste anything from the internet, OneNote automatically pastes a link to the page you got it from. Makes it easy for you to refer back to the website you originally got the information.
You don't even have to save your work; OneNote automatically saves your work once you close out of it.
You don’t have to take a class to learn how to use it. I taught myself and was able to get a notebook created. There are numerous YouTube videos you can watch for free that can teach you if you want a visual.
I can go on and on and still not touch he surface of everything it can do.
Start using it and you’ll love it.
Like to use
Easy to use
Technical support not required
Quick to learn
Feel confident using
- None, you just get started and use it.
- Not hitting save, since onenote saves it for you.