Overall Satisfaction with OneNote
OneNote is used to keep track of information that users would typically put onto physical sticky notes that in the past could have been lost or misplaced. Using OneNote allows sticky notes type of notes to be stored digitally and also allows us to quickly find notes. OneNote is also used to save a list of items that pertain to a particular task that we need to perform periodically. One such example is the steps required to file a batch of UCCs, there are several steps we must take to extract the data from our system and import it into our UCC partners' system, after which we must also extract responses and return the responses to our system.
- Notes on procedures taking several steps
- Sharing notes
- Storing notes digitally so they are not lost
- Better encryption options
- Ability to use personal clouds
OneNote seems far superior to Google's Keep. Have been way more successful sharing notes in OneNote and it feels like a more mature product.
OneNote Feature Ratings
Like to use
Technical support not required
Quick to learn
Feel confident using