When a Microsoft Team is created, it automatically creates a #OneNote linked to it (added to the #SharePoint site), so when you add a new #OneNote as a Tab – it creates a new OneNote. Also when adding #Planner (Tasks by Planner and To Do) to #MicrosoftTeams it creates a new Microsoft 365 Group for it. In this video I’ll share some tips to ensure that you’re adding the existing OneNote and also show you how to create a new Planner linked to the existing Microsoft 365 Group, already linked to your Microsoft Team.
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