OneNote and Docs.com have delivered yet another valuable way to share notebooks in this announcement. If you've ever wanted an easy way to give a copy of a OneNote notebook to many people, now you can.
Publish your notebook to your Docs.com profile and then your followers / audience can download their very own copy. This can be useful for sharing:
- Conference notes
- Class lessons
- Workbooks for training, to be completed by individuals
- A recipe book
- Travel journal / guide, like the one published last year. You may recall this blog post where Harper Collins and Microsoft published a travel guide for Japan in the OneNote and Sway format. The published travel guides are each a OneNote notebook can be downloaded to your OneDrive. Then open each guide on devices such as your smartphone and use during your travels in Japan. Here's an example - the guide for Osaka.
Essentially, if you want to create a book in OneNote form and allow people to take their own copy and add their own content, use Docs.com to publish it.
Read more in my Sway journal at Docs.com.