In this short video I’ll share some tips that can save you loads of time in your personal life / home environment, using #OneNote. Think of all those operating / technical manuals lying around, or the colour samples you keep in drawers so you’ll buy the right colour for touch-ups if need be. #Office365 #Microsoft365 #LifeHacks
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October 14, 2020 at 2:34 am
Tracy, that was a good start for personal items. You may want to expand it to include using the OneNote Clipper for browsers to easily put not only PDFs in those sections, but also any part of a web page. This is useful for when travelling, you can create an itinerary section with pages for each of your destinations or pages for the parts of your travel with all the useful info for the trip so you aren’t looking for that stuff once you reach your destination. Also, you can create password protected sections to store personal info such as identifications and cards for your reference, including passports and AAA cards, etc. If you are travelling and get robbed or something, you will have easy access to valuable info. For personal use, i create Family Notebook which has a section for each family member with all their pertinent info as well and we have a shared section for XMAS shopping wish lists. Another thing for the family notebook is to have a shopping list page and just like you had your ToDo list, the family members have a place to add items to a shopping list when they need something and then when the wife or i go to the store we don’t have to text everyone asking them if they need anything and we can check items off as we purchase them
October 15, 2020 at 8:19 pm
Those are brilliant suggestions, thank you Brian, I also use it for my travelling documents and planning, I’ll do a follow up blog on that! Thank you