Learn Microsoft SharePoint 2010
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- After completing this Microsoft SharePoint 2010 course you will know how to create and organize information within this collaboration tool. Help team members and teams work in an uncomplicated way by teaching from Meeting Workspaces and Document Workspaces to Calendar Integration with Outlook and Connecting to Office.
- Microsoft SharePoint 2010
Stop with the disorganized e-mails when trying to work on a team project and learn how to use SharePoint 2010 to collaborate with teammates. Let the experts at ClipTraining take you through a collaborative SharePoint online training course, first stop “Getting Started with SharePoint”, Then learn how to work your way through all the available features such as: Libraries, Communication and Collaboration, Working with Search and the Calendar, and much more.
This 50 part SharePoint online training video series offers over 2 hours of training material, with step-by-step visual instruction helping viewers retain what they have learned. ClipTraining’s methodology is concentrated content where you learn exactly what you need to know in the minimal time it takes to learn it. This way you don’t have to sort through extensive video time trying to find the desired information.
This SharePoint online training course is ideal for beginners who want to learn about SharePoint and how it helps organize projects. As well as, the advanced users who need to refresh their knowledge. Your team will be amazed at how easy it is to communicate, track task and issues, post documents and images, and basically manage a project all in one place.
Don’t waste any more time sending emails back and forth trying to get a project organized. Take this course and learn how to use SharePoint 2010.</p>
- Anyone who wants to learn Microsoft SharePoint 2010; and who is working on a collaborative project with other people and needs to share information in simple, easy and organized way. This course will help beginners to learn the basics or help advanced users refresh their knowledge to provide a deeper understanding. These videos are ideal for visual learners.
What exactly is SharePoint? Get started with this Microsoft program by watching this introduction clip. We'll learn how SharePoint is a collaboration tool that uses a web browser, track task, and helps manage projects. Also discover the Navigation Up button and how to follow the bread crumb trail. That’s right, just like Hansel and Gretel, as long as you follow the bread crumb trail you'll never get lost.
A list can help keep information organized and is located any place that data is listed. Watch this quick clip and learn quick and simple ways to locate and navigate the list within Sharepoint.
Adding new items to your task list will be easy breezy after watching this clip. Learn exactly how to add new items and how to customize your task with settings such as: priority, status, assigned to, description and start date.
Standard view is not the only option available for viewing tasks within SharePoint. Is a spreadsheet view more your style? Not to worry, watch this clip and discover how the Datasheet view gives a full view of your task and allows you to edit them just as you would within a spreadsheet.
Stop focusing on other people’s tasks and view this clip to discover how to filter tasks. See only what you want to see, such as, only your own tasks or high priority tasks. But, wait! Now you need to make sure everyone else is on the ball? Learn how to clear filters and see the status of other tasks within Sharepoint.
Wouldn't life be so much easier if you could get your SharePoint data into an Excel Spreadsheet? Allowing you all the functionality of Excel with SharePoint data.
Guess what, it can! After viewing this clip you'll be an EXPERT at EXPORT and life will be exceptionally easy. Okay, maybe not all of life but at least the parts of life that revolve around exporting SharePoint data into Excel.
Sometimes the default lists that SharePoint displays are not enough, sometimes we just need MORE. No problem, this clip will help teach you how to create additional lists using a variety of built-in templates. However, watch carefully, and find out if you have the right permissions to build additional lists.
No book check-out and late fees attached to this modern day SharePoint version of a library. This clip will show you how SharePoint provides a storage space for all types of files under the Library section. This is a great option within SharePoint, allowing users to upload, create and set-up files to make them: subject to approval, subject to checking in and out of the files, and set-up to maintain versions.
In most Microsoft programs creating a new item is as easy as clicking on the Create New Document button. Watch this clip to learn a couple of ways to create a new Library Item. Plus, you might want to watch carefully, find out why Microsoft Word is the default document and how saving a SharePoint library item is more than just clicking, Save As.
Don't waste time navigating back and forth between SharePoint and other Microsoft programs; saving documents in both applications. Watch this clip and learn how to connect and save shortcuts from SharePoint to Microsoft Office. This will allow you to save documents created in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint back to your SharePoint Libraries.
Viewing and reading a file within SharePoint is as easy as opening a book. However, when you open a SharePoint file you will have the option of 'Read-Only' and 'Edit the Document'. Watch this clip to learn about these two options and how changes made to a document will be saved in the SharePoint application.
All the items placed within a SharePoint Library have Properties associated with them. Properties are important for sorting, filtering and creating views; just to name a few. Need to view or edit the properties within a specific file? No problem, this clip will show you step-by-step instructions on how this task can be accomplished.
Metadata?? That's a funny looking word! Essentially the same term as properties. Metadata are fields that are added to uploaded documents to help make searching for documents easier and help with the libraries standardization. Learn why Metadata makes searching easier and why it is important to require information. Let's watch!
Just like a community library's check-out policy, if there's only one copy of a book then only one person can check it out. SharePoint's library relates to this same policy, once you check out a file no one else can edit it. This lesson explains the Check Out/Check In process: how to Check a file out, where the file goes, how to check it back in, as well as how to Discard a Check Out.
Create a NEW place to share and store documents after watching this clip. Discover that with the right SharePoint permissions you can create new document libraries. Be Advised: If you don't have the 'Site Actions' tab, creating new document libraries might not be possible. Watch this clip and to find out why.
Have an important upcoming meeting or a big event which a lot of people are included in the planning? No need for mass e-mails updating everyone on what’s happening, just create a SharePoint Workspace. Everyone involved can keep themselves updated because everything for the event or meeting is in one place. Learn how to create a workspace and what options are available for customizing the workspace.
A meeting is not the only entity that can have its very own workspace; workspaces can be created for documents as well. If your group of colleagues need to collaborate on a document together creating a SharePoint document workspace might be the answer. Watch and learn as this clip teaches what a document Workspace is used for, how to create it, and how to publish the document back to the source.
Grab your hula skirt and ukulele; and up the Hawaiian ambiance as you watch this clip on the Wiki Library. This low maintenance way to record knowledge is great for keeping track of important information traded through e-mails, hallway conversations or written on paper. In this clip we'll learn what a Wiki is used for, how to add content, how to edit content and how to add links. Aloha!
Learn how to give a SharePoint 'Two-Cents' worth even if it is not warranted after viewing this clip. Discussion Boards are just as they sound, an area within SharePoint where users can share or give their opinions on a topic. Users can post information and discuss the topics. Watch and learn how to Post, Read and Reply to items on a Discussion Board.
Sharepoint also has a Blog available to users. No, these are not blogs comparable to internet ones where people ramble about recipes, long lost loves or the crazy person they saw on the street. This blog is used to post ideas, thoughts, opinions or relay news to other users. See how to create a Post, Comment on a post, and view comments on your posts.
Alert me when something changes!! Did you know that SharePoint can notify you when a new item is posted? This is a nice feature if you need to keep track of a particular project or file. Watch this clip to learn what an Alert is used for, how to set one, what you can set an Alert on and where to manage Alerts once configured.
Narrow search results even further with Advanced Search. Use Advanced Search to find documents by filtering to only specific words, exact phrases, any of these words, none of these words or even a specific language. Watch this clip and also learn how you can search by property restrictions.
Having a Calendar in SharePoint and a Calendar in Outlook doesn't mean that you have twice as much time. It might mean that you overbook your appointments. Watch this clip and learn how to avoid this clash of calendars by viewing both calendars in one place. Also discover how to overlay your calendars to view all appointments on one combined calendar. Isn't SharePoint great?