Ok, so, to make it brain dead easy to learn more about our favorite product and find out what other people are saying about it, I have assembled, for your viewing pleasure, a bunch of links. Please add a post if you know of others and want to share!
If you are a OneNote newbie, this is for you:
You’re still not sure what OneNote is, watch the demo on Microsoft.com
You’re still curious and want to run it in your browser without having to download anything
You’re pretty much sold, but would like to try before you buy – there’s a 60-day free trial.
Your mind is sufficiently blown, you can’t live without OneNote and want to buy it from Microsoft now! (of course you can buy it anywhere they sell Microsoft products)
For the OneNote fans from way back, here are some blogs you may or may not be reading already:
Blogs by members of the OneNote team over at Microsoft (afterall, if anyone knows about OneNote, it has to be them)
Not to be missed, the Nota Bena blog , authored by Michael Oldenburg, offers tips and tricks on how to use OneNote.
Another blog also focusing on tips and tricks and aptly named OneNote Tips and Ticks is also worth checking out.
Daniel Escapa’s OneNote Blog – he seems to have been very busy lately, but he offers some great information about features events etc. Check it out.
Anyone using OneNote in an educational setting will not be able to live another day without reading the OneNote and Education blog . According to the author, Mike Tholfsen who happens to be OneNote’s test manager, the goal of the blog is to share ideas, resources, and build community with teachers, students and faculty.
For those of you who like ‘behind-the-scenes’ kind of stuff, here is the OneNote Testing blog – when you read this, you’ll find out what it’s like to be a tester on the Microsoft OneNote test team, day to day life as an SDET in Office, and Microsoft life in general. Gripping stuff.
David Rasmussen is the head dude of the OneNote team. You know, if you want to hear from the horse’s mouth, so to speak.
Blogs about OneNote by people not on the Microsoft payroll:
If you are looking for ways to add functionality to OneNote, then run, do not walk to the OneNote Powertoys blog.