Jun 02 2020 11:48 AM
Jun 02 2020 11:48 AM
I created a Team OneNote within Teams. By default does everyone have access to edit this OneNote? If so how can I only give specific members within team the ability to edit. I want 90% of the team to be read only so that only admin/supervisors can edit this OneNote.
This was not pre-existing one note, but created on teams.
Jun 02 2020 03:40 PM
@rachelcackleberry Thank you for responding. I reviewed that link and it only shows sharing with the teams group (says shared with _____ team members), not the individuals within the team. I am new user to this so any additional info is appreciated.
Jun 02 2020 04:09 PM
@kinnishc no problem!
When you open OneNote in browser or in app (OneNote in Teams is now read only) you can click the share button in the top right corner and it will give you a Send Link window.
Click the ellipsis then Manage Access - from here you should see all people with access and can change settings for each person.
If they are in groups as above and you want to keep it to individuals, you can also stop sharing with the groups and share with specific people and either check or uncheck the allow editing box. You can get to this screen by clicking People you specify can view from the first screenshot.
Note: You should make sure you as the owner are in there and have the right access before you remove all the group access!
Hope this helps!
Feb 19 2021 08:12 AM
Hi, wondering if you can help. I have just seen this post as I have been searching having had issues. I am doing what you have suggested but then after a few hours it reverts back to no-one having editing. Any ideas? Thanks
Feb 21 2021 11:45 PM
Thank's for your reply. No there are no error messages. I have been doing exactly as you have suggested previously but when I go back later the permissions have reverted back to no-one in the list has permission to edit. The irony is this is in the collaboration area of onenote! I'm sure it's user error, any ideas? Thanks
Feb 28 2021 08:19 PM
Mar 01 2021 12:04 AM