From November 7th – 13th you will be able to learn OneNote from OneNote experts on education and business productivity. The event is free and will be available two days after the scheduled time. Ståle Hansen is doing two sessions on personal productivity and share his thoughts on team productivity on OneNote. All sessions are 20 minutes in length and if you looking in to learning more about OneNote, this conference is definitely for you. Here are Ståle’s sessions, you can read more and register here: https://learnonconference.com
LifeHack: 5 Steps for Succeeding with Personal Productivity using Microsoft OneNote
So you are using OneNote as your primary note taking tool? Without structure you might lose track of all your notes. This session is about how to get structured using OneNote to dump all your thoughts, ideas, emails and notes that are either actionable or something you want to find later and use it as the only task scheduling tool as well. MVP Ståle Hansen shows you five easy steps to get started with a robust framework from using sections correct, your mobile to take notes on the go, and the Pomodoro Technique to prioritize and induce flow in a busy workday. The magic is to collect all information in one section regardless of platform, the collection section. Join this practical session to jumpstart getting structured with OneNote.
Team Productivity with OneNote
Expanding on his personal productivity methodology with OneNote, MVP Ståle Hansen shares how he works with OneNote as part of a team. OneNote is a core part of Microsoft Teams and Ståle gives tips on how to structure a shared notebook. He will also explore tasks across Microsoft Planner and external task applications like Jira and how to get them in your OneNote todo list
Some words about the Learn OneNote Conference from organizer Jared DeCamp
Hi there, thank you for checking out this free OneNote event. My name is Jared DeCamp, and I am a OneNote fan just like you. I started using OneNote in 2013, and it is now a part of my every day life at work and at home. Last year, I put together the first online OneNote conference and was amazed by the response of the OneNote speakers and community. More than 4,000 people signed up to participate, 21 speakers shared their best work, and attendees from all over the world became new friends. Over the past year, I have been at the OneNote drawing board, thinking and dreaming of ways to make this annual online conference even better. I’m happy to share with you the results of the hard work put in by the speakers and everyone involved to make this happen. Please feel free to reach out to me at anytime with questions, comments and feedback at email@example.com.
Remember, I am not, nor is the Learn OneNote Conference, officially affiliated with Microsoft. All the thoughts and materials on this page and within the conference are my own or the respective speakers. I’m just a big time fan trying to spread the good word of OneNote and earn a living in the process.