Microsoft OneNote is a great application you can use individually or by connecting with a team of people. Create your account and start organizing your private and business time through the calendar. In OneNote, you can open a “notebook” for every serious project, and within these notebooks, you can have chapters, sub-chapters … all you can imagine you can realize!
In OneNote, you can “paste” links, various documents in Word, Excel, PDF, photos or scanned handwritten notes, or literally, write in the application itself. Long story short, you can add anything you think it’s valuable to your project. You can directly link web links to OneNote using the Web Clipper plugin for the browser you are using.
An excellent application for summing up all more or less important (perhaps-once-needed) data, documents, and photos related to the project you are working on. Everything you have on “TO-DO ” list can be easily systematized in one place and always available to you – on a computer, tablet, or cell phone because all data synchronizes itself when you log in. OneNote has been my favorite app since ancient times when in 2011 my former colleague Matko told me about it. By using this app in past years, I’ve noticed an enormous difference and the progress that has been made in developing the app.
OneNote works on all devices and platforms, even on Apple iWatch, and is completely free for individual users.
If you’ve ever used Evernote and want to switch to OneNote, it’s doable! You can sync all data and documents on all platforms – find out how!