Add support for Sensitivity Labels in OneNote Notebook
Enable AIP labelling of OneNote notebooks and protecting of OneNote notebooks, ideally with protection options at the page, section or notebook scopes
Essential feature as we move to heavier use of all functionality. Please implement!
A lot of meeting notes and personal notes are kept in OneNote. If it's not protectable with anything besides a password, then it's not a viable option to recommend in the enterprise
Robert Barrett commented
Hard to justify keeping anything more sensitive than a grocery shopping list in OneNote if I can't provide this extra layer of protection.
Please add the ability to label content in OneNote with Sensitivity labels, add auto labeling, and for eDiscovery to be able to search user OneNotes to tag for hold. We need to be able to scan data and understand if it needs to be labled because of PII or confidentiality.
OneNote is widely used in our Company by our senior management for activities.
This is very important for collaborative research organizations that deal with sensitive research data.
Peter Meyer commented
I need to use AIP not only for Word/Excel/Powerpoint/Outlook but very important for OneNote. During digital transformation, a lot of customers are using OneNote as enabler for new collaborative working, but the IP needs to be protected as with other O365 products
Ted Hacker commented
the Minimum Viable Product/feature for this has the following features:
- at the Notebook level
- Displays the label/watermark in each page viewed (maybe some red flag box or a non-editable background graphic)
- Label/watermark is not a text string/graphic pasted into the page
- allows protection (encryption)
- enforces the protection levels (co-author, co-owner, etc.)
Nice to have is more fine grained control at the tab or page levels.
Hrvoje Kusulja commented
It would be great to enable Windows Store app and Android and iPhone apps - that OneNote to enable AIP Labels and encryption on page (file) level...
Without this feature, Vodafone cannot provide our executives and management with the OneNote tool. Richard Reynolds | Office IT Principal Technology Architect | Vodafone Group
Rolf Bialas commented
From my point of view it is a only consequent step, to take all of the MS products into the security handling of AIP. And as we want to move on using OneNote in combination with OneDrive, there is a real big security issue. For example, all of my supporters are able to read my "backup files" on c: at the moment. Can this be the truth ?