As we continue listening to students and educators, we have heard many requests for OneNote integration with Genially, the tool that brings content to life. Thousands of educators around the world use Genially to create interactive learning resources and digital materials for their classroom. There are hundreds of templates available to pick from and teachers and students can create interactive presentations, infographics and escape rooms easily and no programming or design skills required. Genially aims to change the way we communicate, from static, boring content, to interactive, engaging presentations and materials. Visual, interactive content is normally hard and expensive to develop. But with Genially creating interactive content becomes, fun, simple and affordable for everyone.
Both the Genially team and OneNote teams have been hearing these integration requests more often. The OneNote binder metaphor, and the ability to easily embed Genially interactive pages in OneNote, organize them, or distribute to others in OneNote Class Notebook, seemed like a great match.
As of today, you can now paste any public Genially URL on to a OneNote page and it will render it as a live interactive embed. You can now create pages, section, and even entire notebooks chock-full of Genially ! A great way to make learning more fun and easy, together!
NOTE: Due to a recent Chrome browser issue, copying and pasting the URL directly from the address bar into OneNote Desktop will not automatically render the Genially page. All other OneNote versions work fine (Windows 10, Online, Mac and iPad). Temporary work-around: after copying the Genially web address from your browser, use the right-click option Paste > Keep Text Only option in
OneNote Desktop . Pasting the URL from Microsoft Edge, IE, Notepad, or other any other location works.
To see some examples or how easy this is to do, see the example video of a Genially in OneNote. This integration works in OneNote Windows 10, Online, Mac, iPad, Android, and 2016
We hope you enjoy this new integration to bring together two great apps that students and educators love!
Microsoft Education Product Manager
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