Looking for Twitter takeaways focused on Microsoft OneNote? You have come to the right place. OneNote and OneNote Class Notebook offer time-saving solutions. Learn how easy they are to use with the five tips shown below.
Note: A great source of tweets about OneNote is Marjolein Hoekstra (Twitter at @OneNoteC)
Twitter Takeaway #1 – Set Up Class Notebook
Curious about OneNote Class Notebook? Learn how to set up Class Notebook with this animated gif.
Did you know that it takes longer to make a cup of coffee then to set up a Classroom OneNote? pic.twitter.com/l1ymHQbbG6
— Microsoft Education (@MSAUedu) January 21, 2017
Twitter Takeaway #2 – New Stuff
Microsoft’s hard work has enhanced OneNote. Watch these tweets to learn more.
3 Significant new features were added to #OneNote Class Notebook recently. This animated GIF explains
by @PaphitisN pic.twitter.com/DDLLjKRwSm
— OneNote Central (@OneNoteC) June 11, 2017
New updates, new features, new STICKERS! Check out all the latest from #OneNote: https://t.co/bWTAf6QIes #edtech pic.twitter.com/zVGhQ0MuJL
— OneNote Education (@OneNoteEDU) June 28, 2017
Twitter Takeaway #3 – Create Student Lists
Nico Paphitis (@paphitisn) models the creation of a hyperlinked list of all students.
Genius. In a few clicks, create a hyperlinked list of all students listed in your #OneNote Class Notebook
Another animated GIF by @PaphitisN pic.twitter.com/QUhCmEsLqA
— OneNote Central (@OneNoteC) October 11, 2017
Need to offer students feedback? Create a locked section in the student area for graded work and feedback.
Just in: amazing animated GIF how you can create a locked Feedback section in #OneNote Class Notebooks
inspired by @sig225! pic.twitter.com/BNcENTWwrA
— OneNote Central (@OneNoteC) August 5, 2017
Twitter Takeaway #4 – Back Up Your OneNote
Forget to save backups of your work? Learn how to do this.
Just in: How to back up your Personal and #OneNote Class Notebooks. Another excellent explanatory animated GIF
by #MIEExpert @PaphitisN pic.twitter.com/7CIrf3WrFI
— OneNote Central (@OneNoteC) June 24, 2017
Twitter Takeaway #5 – Email Notebook Members
Ready to send an email to all students in your OneNote Class Notebook? Get the job done with these tips.
Super #HackTheClassroom hack: email all members of a #OneNote Class Notebook. Animated GIF crafted by @PaphitisNpic.twitter.com/0Iw9oPONNs
— OneNote Central (@OneNoteC) June 16, 2017
“Locking” digital ink in place can be made simple with this tip, setting a picture as a OneNote page background.
Pro tip: How to "Set Picture as Background" on a page to keep your ink anchored in place #OneNote #mieexpert #edtech #elearning #edchat pic.twitter.com/dZh9GEzsPG
— Mike Tholfsen (@mtholfsen) October 15, 2017
MT Get your copy of this fabulous tutorial on creating #OneNote Class Notebook templates by saving the animated GIF from this location:https://t.co/Lv8RtSQUc9
by #MIEExpert PaphitisN pic.twitter.com/cg9RqSlMVI https://t.co/Lv8RtSQUc9 via https://t.co/7Q8zmtzbVL
— Miguel Guhlin (@mguhlin) December 4, 2017
What are your favorite takeaway? Share them in the comments. You can tweet a link to this blog entry. Keep an eye out for the summer 2018 TCEA Microsoft Academy. Can’t wait that long? Coming soon, the TCEA 2018 Convention will host several MS Academies. See you there!