Why use OneNote? Here’s everything you need to know in four charts
Microsoft reporter | May. 22, 19
OneNote is a digital notebook that automatically saves and syncs your notes as you work.
It’s being used across the world in offices, schools and homes by people who want to record information that’s important to them.
OneNote lets you type information in your notebook or insert it from other apps and web pages, take handwritten notes or draw ideas using a stylus or your finger, use highlighting and tags for easy follow-up, share notebooks to collaborate with others and access your notebooks from any device. You can even record audio notes, insert online videos and add files.
Here’s everything you need to know to get started: