Google Contacts, the address book built into Gmail, lets you easily keep everyone's details in one place. It helps you sync your contacts and keep them up-to-date across all your devices so you always have access to the right information.
OneNote is your digital notebook for capturing, organizing and sharing all of your notes and information. It helps you gather everything into one central location, and works across all your devices.OneNote Integrations
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Triggers whenever a group is created.
Triggers when a contact is created or updated.
Triggers when a new note is created in a notebook/section.
Adds an existing contact to a group.
Creates a new contact.
Create a new note in the "Quick Notes" section of your default notebook.
Creates a new note in a specific Notebook/Section
Google Contacts is a web-based application that allows users with a Google account to store and organize their contacts. The address book can be accessed from any web browser or any device that supports the Google Contacts API. Users can upload and store contacts in different ways, including via a third party email client, as an IMAP fpder, through mobile devices, and on a Google+ profile. Google Contacts is also integrated with other Google services, such as Gmail, Google+, and Google Hangouts.
OneNote is a software application from Microsoft that is mainly used to create notes, clip content from other applications into electronic notebooks, and synchronize the notes with other devices. The notes can be accessed from any device that supports the OneNote API, such as Windows Phone, iOS, Android, Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. They are stored online either in a Microsoft account or as part of a separately purchased Office 365 subscription.OneNote has been called “the killer app for Office” by Michael Alexander in his review of Microsoft Office 2007 Service Pack 2. It has also been described as "Microsoft's response to Evernote" by Quentin Hardy in his review of Microsoft Office 2010.
In addition to storing contact information in individual address books, users can also use the integration features between Google Contacts and OneNote to connect address books together and thus share contacts between the two programs. For example, if they wish to share certain contacts with other users they can do so by setting up a shared notebook and inviting the other users to view or edit it. The integration also works in the opposite direction. Users can also import contacts from a variety of sources into OneNote. Among these sources are some leading corporate directory services such as Active Directory and LDAP, Microsoft Outlook contacts fpders and mailboxes, Yahoo! Address Book, Hotmail/Live address book, Gmail contacts list, and Thunderbird address book.
The benefit of integrating two address books is that it makes it easier for users to access contacts in both programs. Additionally, when people are using multiple devices (such as a desktop computer at work or at home, tablet computers, smartphones), they can keep their contacts synchronized across all the devices so that they always have the most up-to-date contact information available at any time.
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