Microsoft’s Digital Notebook Application

OneNote is Microsoft’s digital notebook application that automatically saves and syncs your notes as you work (similar to Evernote*). In OneNote, you can type information in your notebook or insert it from other apps and web pages, take handwritten notes or draw, use highlighting and tags for easy follow-up, create voice recordings, and share notebooks to collaborate with others.

Like the other Office 365 applications, OneNote is accessible from all your devices.


Quicksheet Downloads:
OneNote – Quick Start Guide (Online, Windows)
OneNote – Quick Start Guide (Mac)

App Downloads:
OneNote for iOS
OneNote for Android

Getting Started with OneNote

How-Tos, Tips & Tricks:
Get started with the new OneNote
Taking notes
Sharing and collaborating
Keyboard shortcuts (Online)
Keyboard shortcuts (Windows)
Keyboard shortcuts (Mac)
More about Microsoft OneNote (Mac)
Basic tasks (iOS)
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Use Quick Notes (Android)
Create a new note without opening the OneNote app (Android)
More about Microsoft OneNote (Android)

* If you use Evernote, you can import your notes from Evernote to OneNote using the OneNote Importer or you can open a HelpDesk ticket to request assistance.