With many schools already involved in remote learning and more making the adjustment every day, we want to help ensure you have the best OneNote experience possible. Read on for important information about OneNote and Class Notebooks updates as well as best practices.
Get the latest update for OneNote 2016 Desktop
If you're using OneNote 2016, we encourage you to install Office updates for the best experience. This will apply to Office ProPlus or the Monthly Channel or Semi-Annual Channel. More specific IT Admin info is here. We have put together a 1 minute how to video for you to watch this process, but for the steps by step process on how to check for updates:
Note: You may need to select Enable Updates first if you don't see the Update Now option right away.
4. Close the "You're up to date!" window after Office is done checking for and installing updates.
Install the new OneNote 2016 Class Notebook add-in - version 18.104.22.168
We just released a brand-new Class Notebook add-in update 22.214.171.124 for the OneNote 2016 Desktop app. This new add-in helps improve reliability and performance of page distribution and fixes a few known bugs. We encourage all educators to install this new update as soon as they can. We also have a 60 second "How To" video to watch.
Best practices for educators and students
Some of our favorite tips and tricks for the best possible OneNote experience (get the full details on OneNote best practices here
We encourage all educators using OneNote 2016 to update to the latest and greatest, and use these tips and tricks to better manage your Class Notebooks during these unprecedented times. If you have any support needs or issues, please file a Support ticket at https://aka.ms/EDUSupport.
Microsoft Education Product Manager
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