The “One-ders” of OneNote – One Minute Tips and Tricks

One-ders of OneNote

New to OneNote? Need a refresher?

We have tips and tricks to help you have a successful experience with OneNote and Class Notebook.

Did you know you can send your emails from Outlook 2016 to OneNote 2016?

  • Organize important information from your emails-all in your OneNote. After opening a notebook in OneNote 2016, you can create sections for emails from parents, admin, RTI notes, and more.  Click here for directions on how to send emails to OneNote.

Have you created Page Templates in OneNote 2016?

  • OneNote has a variety of built in templates, or you can create your own template and save it for later use. Follow these directions to save time with templates.

Have you had OneNote 2016 syncing issues?

  • Microsoft suggests not to rename or move the location of your OneNote notebooks. If you have done either of these things or feel that your notebook is not syncing, it is recommended to create a new notebook. Once you open the new notebook in OneNote 2016, you can copy the sections from the old one. Click here for directions.

Do you want restrictions for students in the Collaboration Space of a OneNote Class Notebook?

  • OneNote Class Notebook allows you to create sections that help facilitate group work in the Collaboration Space. Teachers can give specific students editing or view only rights in each section. Click here for directions.

For more information on using OneNote or Class Notebook visit the CCSD Instructional Technology Website. Contact your local school TTIS for additional support.

 

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