You can prepare a paper from the conceptual to the prefinal stage.
Start with a brainstorming in the Canvas template, step up to a development stage, where you can add tags to support collaboration and clarify sources, use graphical tools to compare sources and finally export as Word file and finalise the editing with the Word tools.
OneNote offers many tools to support collaborative writing:
- Synchronous and assynchronous collaborative writing
- Identification of authors by paragraph
- Recent edits
- Find changes by time
- “Mark as read“
- Page versions
- Tagging and commenting (text, voice or video) of paragraphs
- Speak selected text
- Proofing tools
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