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Posts Tagged "OneNote"

Teams Wiki vs. OneNote

In this post, I would like to explain the difference between Teams Wiki and OneNote. Both apps are highly visible from SharePoint and Teams and seem to serve the same purpose, so I would like to explain what they are and whether you should use one or another. OneNote OneNote is an application that allows you to take all kinds of notes.… keep reading >

10 ways to use OneNote for Project Management

Having spent 15+ years in IT project management, I have an appreciation for the tools out there that make Project Management simpler and efficient.  OneNote (yes, OneNote!) is such a tool. Today, I want to highlight the ways a project manager and project team members might use and adopt OneNote when managing projects within an organization. It is important to note that… keep reading >

5 ways to create a checklist in SharePoint and Office 365

A frequent request that I get from my clients is the ability to create and track some sort of checklist in SharePoint.  Maybe you have a project checklist or something repeatable employees have to adhere to day in and day out. Maybe you desire consistency in operations. Whatever the reason is – the checklist is a great way to standardize and track… keep reading >

6 reasons why OneNote is the ultimate note-taking tool

Content comes in all shapes and forms. As part of the daily work routine, we deal with documents, tasks, contacts (people) and events. For each type of content, we have a place to store and organize it in SharePoint. For documents – we have a document library, for events – we have Outlook calendar, for tasks – Tasks Web part or Planner and… keep reading >

4 ways to organize project meeting documents in SharePoint

Not sure about you, but I have probably spent at least half of the time from my 15+ years in Project Management, in some sort of meetings… Yeah, I know, it is a lot, but you know how it goes in the corporate world, it is just meetings, meetings, meetings, all the time. Being a PMP-certified Project Manager, I am also very particular… keep reading >