In OneNote, users can create notes that can include text, pictures, tables, and drawings. Unlike a word processor, OneNote features a virtually unbounded document window, in which users can click anywhere on the canvas to create a new text box at that location. OneNote saves data automatically to OneDrive as the user makes edits to their file.
With OneNote, you can:
- Type notes or record audio at your laptop.
- Sketch or write ideas on your tablet.
- Add picture from your phone.
- Find notes instantly.
- Freely move notes around the page.
- Organize those pages into sections.
- Keep your sections in one or more notebooks.
- Switch devices and pick up right where you left off.
- Share your notebooks with others so you can all view and contribute at the same time.
OneNote is available in the Microsoft 365 suite, which is available to all faculty and staff at GGC.