Over the past few years, we’ve had sporadic calls from our users who complain that their drives are filling up. One of the reasons for this is that OneNote has filled them with backups of their notebooks. As it turns out, this can readily be set in the OneNote options. Here’s how:
I believe very strongly in the power of documentation, for a number of reasons. Knowledge should be kept in an ordered manner, and writing documentation is a good way of not only ordering the knowledge, but double-checking it. In addition, by placing the documentation somewhere accessible, you can share it.
In December of 2016, I discovered Bear Writer. At the time, I had been using a number of different solutions for note-taking and organisation, none of which had really done the trick for me. That all changed with Bear. Arriving to critical acclaim, Bear is certainly a very pretty app, and its iCloud sync feature has served me well enough. There has just been one issue; it is only available on Apple devices.