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So you are using OneNote as your primary note taking tool? Without structure you might lose track of all your notes. This session is about how to get structured using OneNote to dump all your thoughts, ideas, emails and notes that are either actionable or something you want to find later and use it as the only task scheduling tool as well. MVP Ståle Hansen shows you five steps to get started with a robust framework from using sections correct, your mobile to take notes on the go, Microsoft Flow to send email to OneNote from any device and the Pomodoro Technique to prioritize and induce flow in a busy workday. The magic is to collect all information in one section regardless of platform, the collection section. Join this session on getting structured with OneNote.
Ståle Hansen is the Founder and Principal Cloud Architect at CloudWay. He is awarded as Microsoft Regional Director and Office Apps and Services MVP with over a decade of experience with Skype for Business and is now focused on hybrid Microsoft 365. In 2018 he received an honorary award from Microsoft Norge for his longtime commitment to knowledge-sharing.
His core competence is to explain complex scenarios and make them understandable by combining technical insight and business value. He loves to share his understanding as a blogger since 2009 and as a highly rated trainer with the custom-made Microsoft 365 MasterClass. He is a co-author of the book "Office 365 for IT Pros" and you can follow his YouTube channel on OneNote LifeHacks. He is regularly invited to share his experience at international conferences such as Lync Conference, TechEd, Microsoft Ignite, ExpertsLive, CommsvNext and Techmentor.