OneNote Team Collaboration – Microsoft Teams Tutorial 2019




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OneNote Team Collaboration – Microsoft Teams Tutorial 2019. In this video, we carry on looking at Microsoft Teams OneNote vs Wiki by seeing how we can add a shared notebook from our Team into the desktop and mobile clients of OneNote – something that Wiki cannot do.

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4 thoughts on “OneNote Team Collaboration – Microsoft Teams Tutorial 2019

    MeeTime

    (December 11, 2019 - 5:58 am)

    Thanks for taking a look at our video on Microsoft Teams – if there is anything else you want to hear about Teams, let us know in the comments below. In the meantime, check out all our Teams videos via this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQlz_RnEjmnpiIqHbjk957XVgMwvBGfA_

    Marco Costa

    (December 11, 2019 - 5:58 am)

    Hi, to send an email from Outlook Desktop to OneNote W10, you need to install the "Send to OneNote" Windows App, then on Outlook go to Outlook: File/Options/Advandced- at the bottom click on the option: use the option to send to OneNote for WIN10.
    The right-click option to send to OneNote 2016 will be gone and you have to click on the three dots on the menu bar and choose to send to OneNote.
    The names should be more or less like that… I use Portuguese Outlook… so I'm using my own translation.

    Onkel Hotte

    (December 11, 2019 - 5:58 am)

    Hi Gavin, am glad I found your content and like it. Just a quick note especially with this video.

    If you really want to cover your companies name you have to put in a little more effort. Actually every time you use the blur it comes in too late and is easy to stop right before and use "space" to tap picture by picture and read all details that you want to cover.

    But in this video the company name is visible for several seconds.

    Malcolm Goodwin

    (December 11, 2019 - 5:58 am)

    Loving your presentations and guidance! But, may I ask, which software are you using for creating your YouTube videos and screen casting as I’m interesting in using this for delivering some internal training.

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