This course is an introduction to the concepts needed by new users, site owners, and power users. Students will learn to manage a SharePoint site including: creating and working with lists, libraries, and site pages; using views and workflows; working with web parts on a page; granting users permission to use a site; and over-riding inherited permissions for lists or libraries.
This Microsoft video training course with Brian Alderman covers the topics and concepts an individual needs to become a SharePoint 2016 collaboration expert. We discuss and explore navigation, the management of lists and libraries, how to customize the interface, the permission hierarchy, workflows, managing the retention of content, and locating information in your SharePoint site by using search.
This course will help you understand what being a SharePoint Site Owner is all about and what tasks and capabilities you’ll need to master to make your corner of SharePoint a success. We’ll go through the basic tasks and functionality of managing your SharePoint site and site collection. We’ll cover the various tasks and items you’ll want to be familiar with to operate your site on a day to day basses and insure the best adoption of your site by your users. We are going to take a look at additional features that can really make your SharePoint site shine. We’ll cover the Office integration aspects and how you can use workflows to make your SharePoint site operate as an application platform without a complex development effort. We’ll review the items you’ll need to operate your site, take a look at the important takeaways you’ll want to remember when setting up your site, and give you some final perspective on approaching how you gain adoption and use of your site by your users.