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Office 365: OneNote
Supporting Training: Office 365: OneNote Training
How to Request Access
Everyone with a @ucsf.edu email address has access. However, a separate license is needed for desktop and mobile apps and some add-ins. A license can be requested using the Office 365 License Request form.
NOTE: You do not need to be on VPN to use the Microsoft OneNote desktop application.
Microsoft OneNote is an Office365 app that helps you take organized notes that can be shared with other OneNote users.
Collaboration - Secure real-time collaboration with other Office 365 OneNote users. Notebook history keeps track of changes and can restore file versions.
Organization- Ability to organize ideas into pages, sections, and notebooks.
Input options - Designed for use on any devices, including iOS and Android. OneNote supports rich text, tables, images, audio and other capture methods from multiple input devices, including touch.
Integration - Integration with select third party apps and full integration with Office365 apps, including sending notes through Outlook.
Search - Robust search functionality.
We have multiple ways for you to get the help you need. For questions and support, check the Frequently Asked Questions page or submit a ticket on our Employee Self-Service Portal. You can also chat with other Office 365 users at UCSF on the Office 365 Team (open to anyone at UCSF - use the join code 7me7twx).
To learn more about Teams training, visit our OneNote Training page.
Requirements and Limitations
To access Office 365 you need a web browser (Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge are recommended for the best experience) and a UCSF email address
- Service Manager: Kevin Dale