Office 365 OneNote, Groups, Sharepoint, and OneDrive

We are building a staff how-to-tips-and-tricks library using OneNote 2016.   Questions coming to mind are, where best should this OneNote collection live?  Should it be shared to the staff from Groups, Sharepoint, or OneDrive?

Also, currently this will be shared with our department staff only, however, we want to consider opening up to other departments within the organization at a later time.
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Lance McGrewRETIREDAsked:
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Jian An LimConnect With a Mentor Solutions ArchitectCommented:
office 365 group seems logical move.
my problem with it is can be delete by anyone. so all users should be in the trusted zone

so sharing it with multiple department start to cross the zone issue

sharepoint might a better place to store wiki information
https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Create-and-edit-a-wiki-dc64f9c2-d1a2-44b5-ac59-b9d535551a32?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US&fromAR=1

onenote is never best to store to a bigger team especially everyone can do exactly the same
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Lance McGrewRETIREDAuthor Commented:
Beginning to realize this may be the intended way:

1. create an Office 365 Group
2. store documents, video, etc. in Files
3. create notebooks and pages in OneNote with links to items in Files

Does this seem logical?   The idea of using OneNote to organize and make easier to find items stored under Files (a.k.a Sharepoint or OneDrive)
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Lance McGrewRETIREDAuthor Commented:
Thank you Jian An Lim for your guidance to the MS Wiki.
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