Trigger - when you add a tagged item to a onenote page e.g. a To Do
This would allow you to export actions from meeting notes into a to do list app like Trello
And to Todoist/ Microsoft to-do!
Yes. Creating a To Do Tag in onenote would then create a new task in Wunderlist.
Creating a new task in Wunderlist is already an action, we just need the To Do Tag in onenote as an action also (i.e. When a new To Do Tag in OneNote is created -> create new task in Wunderlist)
I support the tags as a trigger... would be very helpful.
This would be REALLY helpful for us.
Rather than tie this to a Wunderlist action, I'd rather this just be available as a trigger.
In our case I would want any text in a paragraph/line that has a particular tag to be available for the next action, which in our case would be used to send an email - I'd envision this going to the helpdesk with the onenote paragraph being the body of the email and ideally the Onenote notebook/page title also being available which would allow me to intelligently filter the email in our helpdesk system to the appropriate client in the helpdesk system.
My workflow in client meetings would then be to tag bullet points as "ToHelpdesk" and an email would automatically get sent and create the helpdesk ticket. In an ideal world the ticket number would come back into onenote, but I recognise thats just a dream.....
This would be great for transforming meeting notes in OneNote to a Todoist list - Tag something in OneNote as "ToDo" (trigger) then add to Todoist list (Action).
Please provide a Trigger for ANY Tag, not just To-Do. Passing the name of the tag would then allow a Flow that could cross-reference a Tag (say, "Tom") to an email address (maybe using an Excel spreadheet, translating "Tom" to "firstname.lastname@example.org); then sending an email to Tom letting him know of a new Tag someone has assigned him (along with the subject of that Tag).
This would be a great extension of the tools already in OneNote for collaborative project management.
I would like to see the functionality when a particular tag is used (for me it would be Timeline), is added to a SharePoint list.
We use the To-do tag in OneNote to track tasks that we need to perform for clients. What would be great is if we could enter the To-do's and then have them flow to Planner or some other platform so that we can see a unified list of all the task that we have to get done.
This would be great for updating to ToDo (and other things as suggested).
In fact I'm gonna head over to the ToDo user voice and suggest they add a group that auto pulls them, just like flagged emails.
Why would I mark something as ToDo, and not want it to show up in my unified ToDo app...