OneNote is a collaboration software that can be placed on a shared drive (local server, SharePoint, etc.), which can be accessed and used by multiple people at the same time. Whether you are taking notes at a company meeting or client project kickoff, others can still access the OneNote notebook to read or even add/edit existing pages and notes. If you keep the OneNote notebook in a shared drive, it allows instant sharing of ideas, strategic planning, and anything else that needs to be shared during a meeting, by multiple users, without having multiple interpretations of the notes. If someone is unavailable for the meeting, there is no need to copy and paste the notes to an email, or attach a document, as it is accessible to all via the shared drive. Watch the video below to see how to create a shared OneNote notebook:
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