OneNote Reviewed
July 19, 2016

OneNote Reviewed

Brad Daugherty | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with OneNote

This is being used across our organization for note taking in meetings. It allows us to link these meeting notes across devices and across platforms. People were using a wide variety of tools to accomplish this and to be able to standardize on one tool has been invaluable to our organization.
  • Taking notes during meetings
  • Attaching pictures to your notes to allow for more detailed notes.
  • Creating different workbooks for different projects that you are working on.
  • The ability to either type or use a stylus for your notes.
  • Should allow your notes to be stored in more 3rd party cloud providers instead of Microsoft OneDrive.
  • Should be able to link your notebooks to multiple accounts. This would allow you to see notebooks from your personal and work for example.
  • Should be able to secure and manage more features with MDM products.
  • It has allowed us to combine multiple products into a single platform which has made troubleshooting and well as document retention much easier on the IT staff.
OneNote is by far the easiest to get familiar with for our end users as well as its integration into the Microsoft suite has made adoption much easier with our employees. OneNote allows for Active Directory setting internally which help us administer and deploy the product through our organization.
It is well suited as a note taking app that can be used on multiple platforms and keep users notebooks up to date across these platforms.

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