Free OneNote templates are hard to find so I have decided to create one for myself and share it with you.
Keep reading to find out how to get a free OneNote template calendar from August 2020 to December 2021!
I love organization and productivity and have recently come across the One Thing a Day method and immediately fell in love with it – it seemed the solution to my problems!
I have designed this OneNote template to help me implement this new method. (Which, by the way, can totally be done with a paper calendar or any other app that works best for you)
What is OneNote?
OneNote is a Microsoft note-taking app. One of the biggest advantages of OneNote is that it can be accessed from your smartphone, tablet, PC and Mac – basically everywhere!
How to use OneNote?
OneNote is super easy to use – just download the app or sign up via browser and you’re ready to go.
OneNote is organized in notebooks, and each notebook contains sections and pages.
You can create as many notebooks as you want.
I have one for my recipes, one for my blogging and one for personal random stuff. But in the past, I used to have many more. For example, I had one for tracking the books I’ve read and wanted to read, one for my notes from a Project Management course I took, etc.
If you have a tablet, you can also draw and write directly in OneNote.
What is included in the Free OneNote template calendar?
This freebie includes:
- A Project Overview page to define your project goal and what are the actions required to accomplish it
- Dated monthly calendar from August 2020 to December 2021
- Sections and pages already organized for you
How to get the free OneNote template calendar?
To get the free OneNote template Calendar for 2020-2021, you need access to my private Freebies Library.
Just pop your email address below to get access to it!
How to install the free calendar into your OneNote?
Installing the free OneNote template is super easy:
- Download the free OneNote template folder from the Freebies Library
- Unzip it (to unzip on Windows, right-click on the zip folder and select ‘extract all’, and to unzip on Mac double click)
- Log into your OneNote account from the browser or create an account if you don’t have one, it only takes one minute!
- Go to the OneNote importer and click import
- Select the folder to import (not the zipped file, and not the individual OneNote pages) and click open
- Once complete, click on ‘view notebook’, which will take you to your OneDrive and OneNote