OneNote for better briefing and sharing
July 25, 2016

OneNote for better briefing and sharing

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with OneNote

OneNote is being used to keep track of brief activities that occur within my department. All meeting notes, to-do lists, and activities' key notes that come out of them are stored in there and then shared among all the employees that are related to each one of them. It is the easiest thing to use and share with others. This helps a lot in having things done quicker. Transmitting the message across the department is much faster without the need to personally meet the employee and discuss any changes in the activities or projects.


  • Create pages that can contain a vast amount of information in there.
  • Provides the option to share any page that you like with someone else.
  • Can create tables.
  • Can insert images.
  • Syncs perfectly with OneDrive (for those that want all their work to be on the cloud and across devices).


  • The current features are more than enough for my work, so currently there is nothing else that I would want in there. Adding more features to this application might just make it complicated and would lose its simplicity that it has currently.
  • Task briefing went faster.
  • Employees were more productive having all their tasks and to-do lists being transmitted to them through OneNote.
  • Employees got all the necessary information from all the important meetings of the organization head (those that can be relayed to them), and then work towards achieving the organization goals with their projects.
For me, OneNote is way simpler and easier to use. Furthermore, the storage options was one of the key factors that I choose OneNote. Since it's a software for my PC, I can just store all the documents on my computer and I will never have the fear of running out of space and then having to spend extra money on expanding my storage capacity.
OneNote is a very usable application for any kind of organization that does give brief tasks, to-do lists, or quick changes to activities of their projects and transmits them to specific employers. Since you have the majority of the Word functions in OneNote you can easily work in there as you are working on a document, and what's more positive about it is that you can share that whole page with all relevant actors that need to see the content.

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