@@zeb-1 I completely hear ya on the difficulty in working with MS. MS provides a ton of value and we intend to keep using it, if it makes you feel any better about the time you are investing into integration know that we actually justify paying a bit more for ClickUp than what we pay for our entire MSO365 Business Premium solution. Hence it provides a ton of value. Let’s get started on making ClickUps tight and clever integration with MS One-Note and everything else a competitive advantage. That’s the mindset to adopt and embody with this.
I agree. A lot of orgs now standardize on OneNote.
Any news on this guys?
Instead of attachments, links to OneNote pages would be nice. Also, OneNote tasks integrate with Outlook, if CU allowed the authoring of tasks in OneNote and keeping them synced that would be most helpful.
General intergrarion with all things O365 would be incredibly powerful. Since MS can be a pain in the butt, I’d accept if this is only available with enterprise
@Rick Maniktala: Agreed on this point.
I wish I could Up Vote this twice! :D
I would also highly welcome this. This would be a real game changer for me as I am using OneNote extensively. EDIT: Ok I saw that a link to local OneNote version works already. Great!
Yes, please! For those of us that use One Note extensively that would be welcome.
Add OneNote notes to the list of dropdown attachment types, along side google docs, and dropbox docs
I would love to see the ability to put a link to a OneNote page, paragraph, etc and that link opens the desktop version and not the web version of OneNote. So far, Todist is the only software that I have found, that allows this to be done
@Shane Sullaway: oy! yes! the web version of OneNote is horrendous!