This course is a deep dive into everything a brand-new user to Microsoft SharePoint 2013 would need to know to get up and running quickly. It introduces the concepts and practical features that someone new to SharePoint needs to know. It shows use scenarios of a typical knowledge worker and does not require or cover administration or programming skills in SharePoint. In a quick and lively manner this will cover the main uses of SharePoint for a new user. This course is also a good review of the end user perspective for SharePoint administrators.
The course begins with a definition of SharePoint and some basic navigation techniques. It then builds on the concept of Team Sites with a Document Library and its many uses. Document storage and use is covered including checking out a document and versioning. The basics of Team Site creation and customizing are reviewed all from a non-developer skill set. Basics of Alerts are covered and how to use a list including importing and exporting Lists to Excel. Tasks and custom views are demonstrated with a special project view of a timeline. The concept of Workflow is introduced and a basic example shown with a document being routed through multiple users. The powerful Calendar function is addressed and demonstrated. Finally the social aspects of SharePoint are covered including Profiles, Newsfeeds, Discussions and Blogging. A community site is also shown. If you are new to SharePoint this is an excellent introduction that does not get too technical or deep in the weeds. Throughout the course the videos are quick, lively and clearly explained. If you want a good grasp on what SharePoint is and what it can do for you this course will show you in just under 2.5 hours.
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Overviews of Sites, Communities, Content, Search, Insights and Composites in SharePoint
Connecting from an Email link, User ID and Permissions,other platforms and phones
Collections, Sites & Sub site concepts, Site settings, Create & delete a site
Look at Doc libraries, lists, tasks, photos, videos and all Site Content
Adding docs with drag & drop, deleting & restoring with recycle bin
Copy a URL to open from Office & saving a favorite link to SharePoint in Office
Filtering, Sorting, Selecting documents. Tour of the File and Site tab in the ribbon
Checking In & Out from library and from Word
Looking at & restoring past versions & setup in site settings
Viewing and editing in Excel, Word and PowerPoint entirely in the browser
Multiple editors at once in Excel, Word and PowerPoint
Examples of Apps and where to add them with Web Parts.
Editing the layout and adding and removing Web Parts on a page, Web Part properties
Adding a logo, changing site colors, graphics, layouts and fonts
Set Alerts on Libraries and individual documents, managing alerts
Sorting, filtering and editing in the Quick Edit grid. Creating a list and deleting a column.
Using an App that will import a list from an Excel worksheet into SharePoint
Filtering tasks, creating tasks, adding to the timeline and syncing with Outlook tasks
Using standard views on libraries, tasks and calendars. Setting default views.
Custom views for sorting, filtering and grouping. Deleting views & Shaded views.
Sharing sites and documents, setting permissions, populatiry reports
Searching, previewing and refining results. People and skill searches.
Defining and creating a workflow. Starting a Workflow.
Tracking the status of a workflow and the approval process, completing a workflow
Calendar views, navigating the calendar, adding & moving events, create a calendar
Viewing multiple calendars with overlays, changing the colors
Creating a Project Site, using the timeline, formatting the timeline, gnatt chart view
Making offline copies to sync to your desktop. Management panel & unsyncing folders
Viewing and populating profiles. Hiding select information. Profiles in Search.
Viewing the Newsfeed, what it includes. Newsfeed settings to control feeds.
Following sites, documents, people. Unfollow people.
Discussion thread tools and management. Best reply & Featured discussions.
Blog tools for creating, formatting and managing Blog posts. Blog layouts.
Site for discussions. Tracking contributor activity, awarding badges & reputation points.
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