[UPDATE] Join the Microsoft OneNote team tomorrow for a Q&A Reddit session
Tomorrow Microsoft’s OneNote team members will be taking over reddit for a question and answer session in the site’s “IAmA” subreddit. The community is welcomed to interact with the team and learn more about how they contribute to Microsoft’s popular Office suite.
OneNote allows users to collect notes, drawings, screen clippings and audio into synchronized notebooks, which can then be accessed across multiple platforms including Windows, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Symbian.
To join in on tomorrow’s conversation, make sure to sign up for a Reddit account (if you don’t already have one) and head to www.Reddit.com/r/iama at 10AM (Pacific)/1PM (Eastern).
Any questions you plan on asking the Microsoft OneNote team?
UPDATE: Click here to be brought directly to the conversation.
Source: OneNote Blog (opens in new tab)
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By Jez Corden
OneNote adds a "send to onenote" option in Outlook. Use it.
Get your Inbox to zero. File everything in one note, then use OneNote to jig things around and set priority.
PRINT to OneNote, when given paper (invoices, government docs) use a Printer/Scanner to send them to OneNote.
Stinky PDFs? Print them to OneNote, no need for the PDF reader.
I even cut and paste parts of budget spreadhseets into OneNote so I dont need to fire up Excel. All "useful" data lives in OneNote, everything else is transient. Unless they are working or "filed" docs that I collaborate with other on (Office docs) which live in Skydrive or SharePoint.
Got HTTP / URLs? Forget Browser favs, store all the "keep them just in case" ones in onenote.
Cut and paste useful snippets of Info from the Web, store it in OneNote.
Like you it took me a long time to get "into" OneNote, but now I have, I simply couldnt "live" without in the sense of being so organized. And its syncing to Skydrive is superb/robust/fast. I love the fact each Notebook is one file, so you can just move it on Skydrive. Sharing parts with family members is simple too, so you can work up holiday plans etc.
Love love love it