This post was authored by Po-Yan Tsang, Program Manager on the Meetings Team
One of the most common scenarios for taking notes at work is during meetings - whether it is about tracking attendees, remembering what was discussed or listing out follow up items. However, meetings are often rushed and busy, and we wanted to make it as easy as possible to start taking notes and collaborating with other attendees.
Meeting Notes for an Outlook Meeting
In OneNote 2013, you can start taking notes by going to Home -> Insert -> Meeting Details, which lets you choose from a list of current meetings in Outlook. This automatically adds details about the meeting to your current page
And it’s as easy as that – you now have a page with all the details of your meeting, so you can get right down to taking notes and still have all the context about where the meeting was and who attended the event.
We’ve also added some extra features to enrich and keep notes relevant:
Meeting Notes for a Lync Online Meeting
Similar to the Outlook meeting notes experience, you can also take meeting notes from Lync. Once you’ve set everything up, we will automatically update your notes page with:
Sharing Meeting Notes with Others
Why take notes on your own when you can get everyone to help out? Get others to help make sure you don’t miss an action item or a key decision in your notes. In OneNote 2013, set up a shared note taking space for everyone in the meeting is a snap.
We believe that taking notes is a significant part of the meeting experience and we've put a lot of thought into improving this experience and making it effortless in OneNote 2013. If you have feedback on any of the updates and additions to these features, please let us know in the comments below.
Po-Yan TsangProgram Manager on the Meetings Team
These options don't exist in Outlook 2011 for the Mac!
Great additions! I use this feature everyday in ON2010. The auto-update feature for meeting details will definitely be useful to me.
Cool features for SkyDrive, but some of us work in organizations that don't allow us (for many reasons) to store documents in the cloud. I really hope you bring corporate SharePoint integration up to feature parity with SkyDrive.
you say "2.Select the notebook page you want to share with the meeting. Remember, this has to be in a shared location like SkyDrive or SharePoint.
But how can I share it on local enterprise SharePoint2013 Team Site ?