Microsoft March Spotlight: OneNote
Learn the basics
Did you know students and employees get five free downloads of Microsoft Office 365 for use on their work, personal, and mobile devices? Through Office 365, you have access to a variety of helpful apps. Learn all about them during Microsoft March!
What is OneNote?
Microsoft OneNote is an app within Microsoft Office 365 that all Minnesota State Mankato students and employees have access to - for free! OneNote is a digital notebook that makes note-taking easy. Use it to take notes in the ways that work best for you - typing, sketching, highlighting, audio, photos, and more! Notes are stored in the cloud so you never lose them. OneNote is used in a variety of ways at Minnesota State Mankato:
- Easily take notes in class or during meetings
- Use Class Notebook to share notes between teachers and students
- Share information among employees
- Collaborate on notes with your teammates
- Backup information to the cloud
- And more!
What Can I Do With OneNote?
- Create and organize notebooks
- Add media like photos, sketches, and audio to your notebooks
- Share notebooks for team collaboration
- Safe cloud storage for access on all devices
- Use dark mode to take notes in low light settings
Use your MavMAIL credentials to sign into OneNote. You can access OneNote in a variety of ways:
- Web version: Sign in to MavMAIL and navigate to OneNote by clicking on the Apps waffle in the top left of the screen. Or, use this quick link!
- Desktop version: Download Office 365 on your computer and launch OneNote.
- Mobile version: Download the OneNote mobile app.
Microsoft and Office 365, Outlook, OneDrive, PowerPoint, Word, and OneNote are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies.
"Microsoft March Spotlight: OneNote" is an indepent publication and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft March (and associated training webinars) is an independent seminar and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.