OneNote Provides Outstanding Structure for Organization
May 30, 2018

OneNote Provides Outstanding Structure for Organization

Steve Vogt | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with OneNote

OneNote is an all-in-one notepad/project planning tool that almost everyone in our company uses to capture critical notes from client calls and design sessions. The tool makes it easy to log many project notes to one application through its easy tab structure.

Pros

  • Easy to use tab structure to separate note topics.
  • Ability to create new notebooks for different projects/clients.
  • Great at attaching other files to the notebook like pictures, powerpoints, etc.

Cons

  • The tree structure on the right side could be better at allowing adding/subtracting child sub-sections
  • Opening new notebooks forces you to select who you are sharing the contents with - no need for this to appear by default
  • One easy to use tool that is included in many Microsoft suite packages.
  • Standard across many organizations to share, send or use in any industry/company.
OneNote has much more structure and more ability to break out current notebooks/topics than Google Drive. This alone is the selling point of OneNote. Easy to show current notes vs. old notes.
Dealing with a new client every few weeks allows me a clean interface to group project notes for current projects and hide notes from projects that took place years ago. Sharing notebooks is also great for team collaboration as OneNote makes it easy to view multiple team members notes.

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