OneNote and Evernote are both fantastic note-taking apps and each has several amazing features that the other lacks, but there is one feature in OneNote that stands out as being unique and increasing productivity.
We're talking about OneNote's docking feature , which allows OneNote to “dock” to either side of the screen and prevent other windows from overlapping. It's a relatively simple feature, but once you start using it, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it.
The dock is particularly useful when taking notes from another window How to Use OneNote in School:10 Tips for Students and Teachers How to Use OneNote in School:10 Tips for Students and Teachers OneNote can transform the modern classroom. Microsoft's note-taking app is designed for both students and teachers. Go ahead, organize, collaborate, and share with these tips for taking better notes. Read More Examples include online videos, PDF lecture notes, PowerPoint presentations, etc.
To enter docked mode, all you have to do is go to the View menu and select Dock to Desktop . (Or you can just use the shortcut Ctrl + Alt + D). By default it's on the right side, but you can drag it to another border if you prefer.
While docked, you can also take advantage of another feature called Linked Notes, which allows you to automatically link your current note in OneNote with whatever you're viewing (be it apps or websites). Learn more on the Office page for linked notes.
With the Docking and Linked Notes features, you can really start using OneNote in fun and unexpected ways. 10 Unique Ways to Use Microsoft OneNote 10 Unique Ways to Use Microsoft OneNote OneNote is one of the most underrated apps from Microsoft. It is available on almost all platforms and can do a lot of tricks that you would not expect from a note keeping app. Read more . Give it a try!
Do you find Docking and Linked Notes useful? Which app do you prefer, OneNote or Evernote? Tell us your opinion in the comments below.!