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In this course, author Gini Courter shows you how to get started using Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013 for business collaboration and real-time document sharing. The course explores how to use team sites, create and customize lists and libraries, build a wiki page for your site, apply the SharePoint social networking features, set up user permissions, maximize workflows, and fully integrate SharePoint with the rest of the Office suite to create, edit, and save documents. Plus, get a high-level review of all the SharePoint products, so you can decide which one is right for your organization.
(music playing) Hi, I'm Gini Courter. Welcome to SharePoint Foundation 2013 Essential Training. In this course we'll talk about what SharePoint is and what the various features of SharePoint are, because there are four different versions of SharePoint in the 2013 editions. Then we will take a look at creating and using Apps. We will learn how to edit and share and save documents. And how to take advantage of the integration touch points between Microsoft Office and SharePoint.
We will then move on to Social Networking features like the Newsfeed. You'll learn how to micro blog and effectively use tags and mentions in SharePoint. We will then start building sites from scratch. We will add web parts, we will customize pages, and we will add Wiki pages and learn how to think about permissions before we start adding people to our website. Finally, we'll talk about workflows, using the out-of-the-box Three-Stage Workflow in SharePoint Foundation. I'm looking forward to sharing my skills and experience with you in SharePoint Foundation 2013 Essential Training.
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