Having OneNote accessible everywhere is great. From starting out by storing the Notebook on my flash, to now having all my Notebooks on my OneDrive syncing across my work laptop, my home PC, my tablet and my
Nokia Lumia 1020, I always have access to my notebooks. The only issue I have with OneNote is that I wish it had been advertised more, as it would have helped me so much when I was studying between 2007 – 2010. As it is, when I start studying part-time, OneNote will be front and centre.
OneNote is the first application I open when I start up my laptop. I use the OneCalendar add-in when I fill in my timesheets to see which project I worked in on which day. I’ve gotten most of my colleagues into using it to various degrees. I have a Notebook for my personal matters, one for this blog containing ideas for posts, and one from the Family Room messenger app on my Windows Phone. I used a notebook to coordinate planning for my sister’s 21st birthday last year, and yes, I will be using OneNote to plan my wedding as well.
In conclusion, when I say that OneNote has changed my life, I am not exaggerating. Now to get the ultimate note-taking tool…