December 29th brought us another TweetJam. This month's topic brought together dozens of community champions to answer seven questions on Microsoft's business, Microsoft's technology, and the Microsoft Community.
Did you know you could build tables in OneNote? It's actually fairly straightforward. Now, Tables aren't particularly strong in OneNote, but this is a note-taking program, not a project management tool. #OdeToOneNote
The Search is BEAUTIFUL OK - this one is going to take a couple screenshots. First of all, the search is REALLY GOOD for a simple page database. Like, really…
In this #OdeToOneNote, Jay shows the difference between Sections and Pages in the Windows 10 and Desktop apps, with a focus on the shorting of note pages. SORTING OF NOTE PAGES! Did you even know that was possible?
On November 30th I joined Christian Buckley's #CollabTalk for another TweetJam - this time focused on security and collaboration.