Linus Pauling said, “The best way to get a good idea is to get a lot of ideas.”
Microsoft® OneNote® is a great place to gather brilliant ideas from talented people. In addition to being a great note-taking application, OneNote makes a superb collaboration platform. And you can collaborate with others when OneNote is stored in the cloud.
All these features also make OneNote a great place to manage projects, especially when those involved are not necessarily all in one office, or even in the same company!
Now that Microsoft has made OneNote free for Windows, anyone can use OneNote and everyone can have OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive). You can collaborate on projects with multiple content types, across organizational lines and even international boundaries.
Topic: Managing Projects with OneNote
Date: Thursday, June 22, 2017
Time: 1 p.m. EDT, 12 p.m. CDT, 10 a.m. PDT
This Business Management Daily webinar will help you see OneNote in a new way as your project manager. Some topics to be covered include:
- Task lists that synch with Outlook.
- Project status reports that practically write themselves.
- Change control features that let you know who changed what when.
- Clever uses for tags that keep everyone on task.
Microsoft® Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel will show you how she uses this for managing multi-organization projects. You’ll be shown how to access this powerful and free software for all your devices, create your project, hold meetings and document proceedings. The seminar is presented from OneNote 2013 and OneNote Online.
OneNote has never been easier to use than in the newest versions of Microsoft Office. If you’ve seen it on your ribbon, but only use it for one or two tasks, you may be missing out on some serious productivity gains. Click here to register now!