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Need a secure, collaborative environment for managing documents? Meet SharePoint. Author and SharePoint implementation consultant Mark Abdelnour makes the introductions, showing you the fundamentals of storing and editing different kinds of documents. Learn how to upload files, work with metadata, and create views, the windows into your data in SharePoint. Mark also shows how to share links, set alerts, and use version history to keep track of who changed what when. Plus, learn how to collaborate with team members using apps, such as the Calendars and Discussion Boards apps.
Hello. I'm Mark Abdelnour, and welcome to Managing Documents with SharePoint 2013. This course is focused on the end user in an organization who's new to SharePoint, and who's job involves document management. I'll begin by discussing, what is SharePoint, and how to access it. We'll also look at how to navigate within a SharePoint site. Next, we'll look at the different ways of uploading documents to document libraries.
Specifically, single versus multiple file uploads. Then we'll look at document management features and collaboration tools. We'll also look at sharing links to documents, setting alerts, and taking advantage of file version history. We'll examine views, also known as custom visual representations of your SharePoint data. Finally, we'll look at working with apps where colleagues can work together on a document or team site utilizing several collaborative elements like calendars, link lists, and discussion boards.
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