I will shortcut your path to OneNote Mastery.
Microsoft OneNote is a digital notebook perfect for business professionals, entrepreneurs, educators, students, and YOU.
The blog is a great free resource of how-to, case-studies, and tips and tricks for OneNote. Check out a recent post and peruse older posts.
Recently I was having a conversation with a coworker who had tried OneNote in the past, but had given up because she couldn't customize the look of her notebook in a way that made her productive. Spending a few minutes with her, I showed her how to quickly make the customization she wanted.
Links to other content within your notebook and links to external areas, including documents or web pages, is the webbing that connects your thoughts and notes together.
I created a short video showing the basics of creating links in OneNote. There are additional layers of linking that we can get into in the future, but this video should be the 80% (think 80/20 rule) that you need to be productive with linking notes in OneNote.
This post will show you how to create a new notebook and help you know where you should save it. Also, the post will show you how to open an existing notebook.
There is more to me than just OneNote. I write about some of it in the blog, but for more on who I am, please check out the About Me page. It would be an honor to get to know you, but I will share first.
For more on me, check out the About Me page.