When inserting a file from the tenant (online) version of OneNote, the cloud-based OneDrive should be an option for file location.
When inserting a file from the tenant (online) version of OneNote, the cloud-based OneDrive should be an option for file location. Right now, you can only insert files that have been saved to the hard drive.
Tom N RC commented
Likewise SharePoint. This appears to be the only Office programme that can’t import directly from SharePoint/OneDrive. We store all our teaching resources in SharePoint, and can’t insert them straight in OneNote for Classroom without either downloading first, or using the SharePoint Sync to Explorer function which school admin don’t want to allow because it takes up unnecessary space on our servers. The IOS app allows you to do this but the Windows 10 desktop and browser versions don’t.
Agreed! It is hard to sell this to students and efficient when they have to go through so many extra steps to insert in onenote an image they have saved in Onedrive. This should be a no-brainer in a software suite like this.
Why limit to OneNote online? I like to use OneNote desktop version...I would like to be able to add files from OneDrive but have to download to the desktop first then upload to OneNote.