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OneNote Productivity Workshop

Length: 0.5 Days    Cost: $285 + GST    Version: Digital Training Hub

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About this Course

Take your practical skills to the next level and work smarter not harder.

We will focus on the more advanced features of OneNote and best practice tips for getting the most out of this digital notetaking Productivity Platform. We will cover linking to Outlook meetings and tasks, sharing notebooks and best practice collaboration techniques.

What is a Productivity Platform?

A Productivity Platform is a tool that can be used to help you increase productivity. Our half day Productivity Workshops are designed to help you make the most of your chosen Productivity Platform and work smarter, not harder. All workshops will cover basic productivity techniques and show you how to make your Productivity Platform work for you. Designed to help you prioritise, manage distractions and enhance focus, you will work together with other attendees to convert best practice methodologies into a productivity plan that works for you.


This course is designed for existing Microsoft OneNote users who are comfortable with the basic ‘how-to’ but looking for ways to streamline notes, capture everything in one place and integrate with other Microsoft apps.


You should be comfortable with the topics covered in our OneNote Essential Skills course

At Course Completion

You will walk away from this course with a library of best practice tips for tasks, meetings, communication and delegation that will help you gain at least an hour of productivity a week.

Course Outline

  • What it means to be productive
  • Organizing a personal notebook
  • Sharing notebooks – security settings and best practice collaboration tips
  • Linking to Outlook meetings
  • Page templates and settings
  • Converting actions into Tasks – tagging and Summary pages
  • Linking to Outlook tasks
  • Review notebook history
  • Best Practice Tips – summary

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