OneNote is an efficient tool for creating ongoing meeting notes in a live, central workspace. Using one central file for note creation affords the opportunity to capture all points of view, simultaneously. It’s not uncommon for two people to process information differently, and it’s through collaboration that numerous ideas produce one collective, superior solution. Bringing these thoughts together within OneNote and SharePoint will allow for greater collaboration. Michael Gannotti, SharePoint expert, shares a step-by-step process for using OneNote to create one central notebook within a SharePoint meeting workspace. After a meeting workspace has already been created, the process is as follows:
1. Within OneNote, go to: File > New > Store Notebook On: Network > Create Notebook. Within the store window is the option to select a location on the network. This is where the appropriate meeting space may be selected.
2. After creating the notebook, OneNote immediately provides the option to share the link with coworkers via email. This is a great way to allow others to directly access the notebook.
3. Let the note taking commence!
SharePoint Technology Specialist Michael Gannotti has worked at Microsoft as a SharePoint Technology Specialist since SharePoint’s launch in 2001. A well-known advocate of social media, Michael has also worked as Corporate Systems Architect for Vanguard Mutual Funds in PA, Instructional Web Designer for Intracorp in PA, Family Preservation Case Manager for Florence Crittenton Services in WV, Language Arts Instructor for 8 years in CA, and is a former US Army Sergeant. You can visit Michael on his website.
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