#Microsoft365 – Tools that help us manage our lives are great, but sometimes they get so ‘busy’ that we stop using it. Let me show you how to categorize and manage your sections in OneNote even more.

For previous posts in my #Microsoft365Challenge go to the index page.

I got this tip from Matthew Levy (and some other cool stuff which I’ll share later). Thanks Matt!

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My OneNote is starting to look a little bit cray cray if you know what I mean. With way too many notebooks, sections and pages, I’m starting to struggle to find what I’m looking for:

Right click (1) on a section tab > New Section Group (2):

Once created, you’ll right click on the section and Move (3):

 

When you select Move, click on the new Section Group (1) and Move (2):

Once the section groups are created they will appear separate and allow you to collapse and expand the sections within. It works great on the mobile apps as well. This way you’ll see less sections at the top of your page – and you’ll be able to group sections together to make more sense.

Hope this will save you a bit of time and grey hair 🙂

Purpose of this blog challenge:

I will write 365 blogs in 365 days around Microsoft 365. I did a similar challenge with Office 365, blogs can be found here. I won’t just be talking about the new Microsoft 365 subscription model. I will be sharing any news, tips and tricks around Office / Office 365 / Windows / Mobility and Security. And let’s not forget all the great new Apps & services available.  A lot of what I’ll share on Office and SharePoint will also be applicable to none “Office 365” versions.

Feel free to #AskBraam if you have questions or would like me to write about a specific topic. I’ve created a Flow to monitor Twitter for the #AskBraam hashtag and will try my best to incorporate any questions into the blogs, or answer them directly on Twitter. This is a “Learning through Sharing” approach to teach my pet sheep about Microsoft – read more on this here.

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