OneNote and Outlook, Take Note Chat, Episode 2




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OneNote and Outlook can work together to help you be more effective and productive in your work and life. In this live chat, you will learn how to create streamlined workflows for your emails, meetings, and tasks. Join Jared DeCamp and Michele Christensen live or catch the replay on this link!

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3 thoughts on “OneNote and Outlook, Take Note Chat, Episode 2

    Denise Vajdak

    (April 8, 2018 - 12:26 am)

    Good chat. Michele, here's a Chrome extension I found for "saving" a Gmail to OneNote. CloudHQ. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/save-emails-to-microsoft/llaolagknljogdmnhclchgkpnlkmggmm Forwarding an email using me@onenote.com works, but it is like a printout. The browser extension works more like "Send to OneNote" in Outlook in that you can copy text in OneNote and links are clickable.

    Matthew Martin

    (April 8, 2018 - 12:26 am)

    The BEST app for iPhone for managing tasks that sync with Outlook 365 & Exchange servers is TaskTask. Its a fully-featured task app that fully syncs with Outlook Tasks. Shocking that its the only one… but that's where things stand.

    Anna Burt

    (April 8, 2018 - 12:26 am)

    Can’t you print the email to OneNote also?

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