Learn how to find what content Delve makes available and how to review and correct any permission errors. Walk through correcting a file that has been incorrectly shared.
- [Instructor] I recently got a panicked email…from a colleague which stated that…Delve has exposed a confidential file.…I assured him that that's not how Delve works.…Delve is a presentation layer of how files…are currently stored.…It doesn't, and can't, change any permissions…to an existing file and where it's stored.…However, since Delve provides a new way…of discovering content,…it's normal for Delve users to spend a little time…reviewing what Delve shows…and correcting any data or exposure…that hadn't previously been addressed.…In some ways Delve prompts organizations…to more rigorously review their file governance.…
In this video lesson,…we'll review how to find what Delve shows…and how to review and correct any permissioning…that may be in error.…Let's start by reviewing the Me tab.…The Me page is the best place to review…what's been made accessible in Delve.…A reminder that Delve only shows…what you have permissions to.…If a file's been stored in the wrong place…or permissions are not understood,…it's easy to review and correct those permissions.…
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- Exploring how Delve surfaces information
- Establishing privacy settings
- Navigating the Delve homepage
- Using content cards
- Organizing content with Delve boards and favorites
- Sharing content available through Delve
- Finding relevant experts
- Connecting with Delve through the Office 365 web application