The 12 Days of Copilot – Day 9 Microsoft 365 Copilot in Microsoft OneNote –HLS Show Me How

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HLS Show Me HowNew.png  On the 8th Day of Copilot we take a look at the use of Microsoft 365 Copilot in Microsoft OneNote.  
Microsoft OneNote is a digital notebook that allows users to create, organize, and share notes, tasks, images, and more. Users can use OneNote to take notes on various topics, such as lectures, meetings, research, or personal projects. OneNote also lets users sync their notes across devices and collaborate with others in real time.

One of the benefits of using OneNote is that users can leverage the power of Microsoft 365 Copilot, a smart writing assistant that can help users improve their writing and productivity. Microsoft 365 Copilot can integrate with OneNote and provide users with features such as content summarization, paraphrasing, grammar correction, and citation generation, all within their notes. These features can help users capture important information, express their ideas clearly, avoid plagiarism, and cite sources accurately. For example, users can use content summarization to extract the main points from a long article or lecture, paraphrasing to rewrite a sentence or paragraph in a different way, grammar correction to fix spelling and punctuation errors, and citation generation to automatically create references for their sources. By using Microsoft 365 Copilot in OneNote, users can enhance their note-taking experience and achieve their writing goals.


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