Students should be comfortable using the keyboard, mouse, and a web browser. Previous experience with using SharePoint as a user and the completion of the SharePoint Online: For Site Users course is recommended.
Learn how to create and Manage Sites.
Microsoft SharePoint is a collaboration platform that allows multiple users to share documents, exchange ideas, and work together. This course will help experienced SharePoint users learn how to create and manage sites.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
SharePoint Online Site Users
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
Learn how to create and manage sites. It will look at changes that have been made to the user interface, show users how to create new sites, libraries, lists, as well as change site settings and manage site options.
Creating a New Site
- Create a Site
- What is SharePoint?
- SharePoint Site Hierarchy
- What are Top-Level Sites?
- SharePoint Site Templates
- Site Creation Options
- Navigate the Site Settings Page
- Site Actions Group
- Deleting a Site
- Design Your SharePoint Site
- Look and Feel Group
- Change Title, Description, and Logo
- Change the Look Settings Page
- Customize Looks
- Customize Text Layout
Adding and Configuring Libraries
- Configure a Document Library for a Team Site
- Document Library Settings
- Navigate Documents Settings page
- Change Library Name, Description, and Navigation Settings
- Change Versioning Settings
- Change Advanced Settings
- Change Enterprise Metadata and Keyword Settings
- Configure the Site Assets Library for a Site
- What is an Asset Library?
- Create an Asset Library
- What is the Rating Feature?
- What is Content Approval?
- Add a Wiki to your Site
- What is a Wiki?
- Add a Wiki Page Library
- Wiki Page Library Settings
- Approving Content
Adding and Configuring Lists
- Add an Announcement List
- What is an Announcements List?
- Add an Announcement List
- Add a List, Library, or App on a Page
- Edit Web Part Options
- Web Part Toolbar Options
- Add a Task List
- What are Task Lists?
- Add a Task List
- Add Contact and Calendar Lists
- What are Calendar Lists?
- Add Calendar Lists
- What are Contacts Lists?
- Add Contact Lists
- Add a Blog
- What is a Blog Site?
- Add a Blog Site
- Writing and Managing Blog Entries
- Add a Custom List
- What are Custom Lists?
- Adding a Custom List
- Options When Adding List Columns
- What are Calculated Columns?
- Validation Settings
Configuring Site Settings
- Configure Site Search Options
- What are Result Sources?
- What are Result Pages?
- Configure Site Search Settings
- What is the SharePoint Search Center?
- Configure Site Administration Settings
- Site Administration Settings Group
- Configure Regional Settings
- Access Popularity Trends
- Configure Site Navigation Settings
- Site Navigation
- What are Site Pages?
- Navigation Elements
- Configure Quick Launch Options
- Configure the Top Link Bar
- Notes on Navigation Across SharePoint Sites
Assigning Permissions and Access Rights
- Configure Site Permissions and Security Options
- What are SharePoint Permissions?
- SharePoint Users vs User Accounts
- Using SharePoint Groups
- SharePoint Permission Levels
- What is Permission Inheritance?
- Securable Objects
- Permissions for Securable Objects
- Permissions for Sites
We require 16 calendar days notice to reschedule or cancel any registration. Failure to provide the required notification will result in 100% charge of the course. If a student does not attend a scheduled course without prior notification it will result in full forfeiture of the funds and no reschedule will be allowed. Within the required notification period, only student substitutions will be permitted. Reschedules are permitted at anytime with 16 or more calendar days notice. Enrollments must be rescheduled within six months of the cancel date or funds on account will be forfeited.
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I would never take another course that starts at 11AM and goes to 9PM again. The way the course was laid out really took away from the capturing of what was presented as it was 5-6 hours of watching a screen before getting to the actual labs. There has to be a better way to lay out this particular course. In my previous course, the lectures were broken up by labs which worked out fantastic and kept you engaged in the course. There were days when in order to actually complete the labs, would go over the 9PM day end time frame. Was able to get the primary labs done, but if you want to get all the content completed, you cannot complete it in the window of this course, you will need to come back on your own time.