Dec 05 2018 07:02 AM
Dec 05 2018 07:02 AM
We're currently piloting some Surface Laptop 2s at my company and Office 365. I'm upgrading from Windows 10, Outlook 2016, and OneNote 2016 to Windows 10, Outlook Online, and Windows 10 OneNote. One of the biggest things I noticed was the "Meeting Notes" function was missing in the New Meeting set-up on Outlook. I've tried to manually add it to the ribbon, but it stays gray. Any ideas?
Dec 25 2018 05:41 PM
Jan 14 2019 06:14 AM
We're having the same issue. The above references OneNote 2016. When we pull OneNote 2016 off, and reinstall the Win10 app, there is NO outlook add-in in the com list. Any updates to this Microsoft?
Mar 12 2019 10:31 PM
Says here that "Microsoft has updated its add-ins for OneNote, such as providing integration with Outlook, to work with OneNote for Windows 10." Hmmm...
Mar 13 2019 06:33 AM
Apr 10 2019 04:23 PM
Apr 11 2019 06:18 AM - edited May 03 2019 12:37 PM
@Scot Witt Like I said in my original post, I've upgraded to Windows 10, Office 365 Outlook, and Windows 10 OneNote (from the Microsoft Store), and there is still no add-in for OneNote Meeting Notes in Outlook.
Apr 12 2019 11:50 PM
Jun 07 2019 11:53 AM
In the same situation as well. We need to have a method on how to integrate the meeting notes back into O365 Outlook using the new Windows 10 version of OneNote. Not having this feature has impacted our operations, additional time on projects, and customer collaborations. This is HUGE!! I would know what was Microsoft thinking when they ripped this widely used application out of Office and place into their Windows 10 OS package.
Jan 17 2020 07:56 AM
I can confirm that if you install Notes 2016, this functionality comes back, but as with others on this thread, I am very unhappy to have to use a legacy (no longer enhanced) application to get this functionality. Even Lotus Notes has "add note" functionality for a calendar invite, and those notes are displayed in-line in the meeting display ... no need to navigate to another application to see the notes.
Jun 02 2020 03:59 AM
Just come across this after telling all my users to switch to OneNote for Windows 10 to fall inline with the look and feel of the web and mobile apps.
Shame about the Outlook plugin and I am not sure if this is the roadmap for the Windows 10 version after hearing the Microsoft are back to supporting OneNote 2016.