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Microsoft OneNote Reviews
We have 1 review for Microsoft OneNote. The average overall ratings is 4.0 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: In a sense, Microsoft OneNote is like bringing the convenience and versatility of a physical notebook to the world of digital technology. By combining the two concepts, OneNote provides the user with a digital notebook that has all the same positives of a physical notebook and more without any of the downsides. The software is broken into pages and sections so you can easily sort through various topics. If you can't find something, use the search function to instantly scan through everything in your notebook. With web-based syncing, you can make changes to your notebook that will instantly be applied to all your devices. If you want to collaborate with a group on a notebook, you can choose to share it with whomever you would like. As others make changes, those changes will be updated instantly on the devices of anyone who has access to that specific notebook. You can ask specific people questions and leave notes so they know to respond, and you can organize ideas quickly and conveniently. When you incorporate OneNote into your workflow, you'll be able to get more utility out of your team. It can act as a simple notepad during meetings, or it can be the central tool in organizing meetings and tasks. Since the software stays synced at all times, you'll never have to worry about missing out on any vital pieces of info or new developments. If you have more than one account, you can use them both at the same time for a more seamless experience. The software is available for all the most popular mobile devices and operating systems, and they all work together effortlessly. Students can also benefit from the power of OneNote. Teachers can use the software to distribute notes, and students can use it to take them. Students who often write to help with studying or brainstorming can easily do so in this software, and teachers can use the software to help plan lessons and organize plans. If you aren't currently using the OneNote software on your device, it will offer the ability to quickly jot down your thoughts through the hovering badge. This badge appears whenever you're using the device for anything other than direct note-taking. To use Microsoft OneNote, you'll need a Microsoft account, but you can easily make one for free if you don't already have one. This version is able to work with notebook files from the 2010 version of the software or any newer version.
Pros: Intuitive Utility Makes Notes From Anything
Cons: Limited Options
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