03-23-2020 03:39 PM - edited 03-23-2020 04:52 PM
03-23-2020 03:39 PM - edited 03-23-2020 04:52 PM
Awareness of a temporary adjustment for file attachments in OneNote
To best support OneNote customers worldwide during these unprecedented times, we're making a temporary adjustment to the download limit of file attachments in OneNote. We do not expect this change to impact most users, but we wanted to make you aware and share best practices.
We'll restrict the download of file attachments to 100MB. Most OneNote clients limit file uploads to 50MB, so this shouldn't impact most attachments, but there are scenarios that permit larger files that will no longer successfully download without one of the following workarounds:
We will provide further updates to this post as the situation may change.
03-24-2020 02:51 AM
@OneNotePM The Office 365 message center announcement listed "OneNote in Teams will be read-only for commercial tenants, excluding EDU. Users can go to OneNote for the web for editing" but that is not mentioned in this article. I just tested with OneNote in Teams and see a banner that shows "We're experiencing limitations with OneNote in Microsoft Teams. Please use OneNote for the web to edit this notebook."
I understand the need to make adjustments during this time but can you explain how this change technically helps?
We have encouraged OneNote use in Teams as we are rolling out the product in our org. One of the great advantages of Teams is being able to collaborate in a single pane of glass. Having to open OneNote via a browser instance or OneNote application to edit degrades that experience.
03-24-2020 04:34 AM
03-24-2020 09:48 AM
"so this shouldn't impact most attachments"
hm, and why this change then?
03-24-2020 10:14 AM
@OneNotePM Qual a necessidade de tirar o one note dentro do teams, dificultando mais o uso da ferramento, mudando uma ferramenta totalmente integrada. Isso gerou um enorme impacto dentro da minha organização EDU, professores e alunos descontentes com isso.
What is the need to take a note into the teams, making it difficult to use the tool, changing a fully integrated tool. This had a huge impact within my EDU organization, teachers and students unhappy about it.
Luiz Fernando Carneiro
IT Manager APRS
03-24-2020 11:38 AM
03-24-2020 12:20 PM
We are an EDU and are also seeing the "We're experiencing limitations with OneNote in Microsoft Teams" message. Assuming this is related, was that a misprint?
03-24-2020 02:12 PM
OneNote is a Microsoft Office 365 application, evaluated and proven, a place of public and internal information, as long as they know how to express in public with ethics and discipline. On the contrary, it is because he has no understanding of how to print for public information. People who find them selves at this point of lack of understanding of Microsoft Office 365, we have training every Saturday and Sunday.
03-24-2020 03:28 PM
@348t_04h0_h0g9h30_4h9670 This is help mitigate bandwidth, as a lot of users are now working from home, telecommunications/internet bandwidth will be consumed at a much higher rate than normal. Increased spike will see some networks collapsing and others struggling to keep up, this "small" change will help mitigate this.
03-25-2020 12:53 AM
Has anyone else had issues with OneNote Notebooks not loading and sections disappearing? These sections dispersing is affecting our staff as the documents appear unrecoverable and do not appear in the recycle bin.
I've also had very slow loading/syncing speeds with the One Note windows 10 application but it appears to work better in the browser.
03-25-2020 03:39 AM
@mtilson Exact same here. It would have helped if the usual support channels caught this and notified tenant admins so we could prep our business...
* Twitter @MSFT365Status and @OfficeSupport don't know what I'm asking.
* No mention in the tenant service health, or message center.
* Unified Support ticket in 24 hours, no reply which is V. strange as it's normally more responsive.
A bit of googling for "We're experiencing limitations with OneNote in Microsoft Teams. Please useOneNote for the web to edit this notebook" and I found this page.
This goes in a 180 direction to the guidance MS have been giving on Teams... one-stop-shop etc. We can't go down that path, build adoption and then do a u-turn on an important feature such as OneNote. It makes no difference to the file sizes either, won't work for new OneNotes either... we had a blank screen for the bulk of a day there.
This type of thing makes adoption managers look like cretins.
03-25-2020 06:11 AM
03-26-2020 07:14 PM
@brianblackOk! I'm develop work in Microsoft OneNote the Information. Very Good, Thank you!!!
03-27-2020 07:02 AM
03-27-2020 07:17 AM
@OneNotePM - Could the warning banner for OneNote in Teams be updated so that it is clear that the OneNote is in Read Only by design? The current banner reads as if there is a service degradation that might be fixed soon. Maybe provide a link in the banner to this article?