Adding alerts to lists, libraries, and search results are a terrific way to stay on top of changes in SharePoint 2013. SharePoint users may opt to have daily or weekly alerts sent when items are edited, added, or when any changes happen. This video demonstrates adding alerts to list items, adding an alert to a list, and viewing all alerts for a site. We also add alerts using the Manage Alerts page in support of the SharePoint 2013 MOS exam objectives.
- [Voiceover] In this video, we'll take a look…at a great way of managing the flood…of information heading your way…by setting alerts on list items or on lists.…So, we'll walk through adding an alert on a list item,…adding an alert on a list.…We'll also take a look at the ability to quickly…and easily manage alerts for a site.…And, we'll add an alert from the Manage Alerts page.…
Back to my SharePoint site,…and I'd like to add some alerts to my list of contacts.…So, I'll click on my contacts list from the quick-launch…bar on the left-hand side,…and perhaps I'm particularly interested,…I've heard a rumor,…that the DEF Company may have a new contact.…So, I'd like to set an alert on that specific item.…I'll select the item in my list…by clicking to the left of it,…and on my Items ribbon, I'll choose: Alert Me.…
And I'm gonna set an alert on that particular company.…I'll choose: Set an alert.…And it tells me it's gonna set the alert…on the item I have selected.…I want the alerts sent to me…and I'm okay having the alert sent by email.…
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- Understanding the exam objectives, format, and registration process
- Creating and configuring lists
- Modifying list items, views, and columns
- Creating and editing libraries
- Setting up content types
- Managing SharePoint sites
- Creating new site pages
- Sharing information in newsfeeds and blogs
- Storing files in OneDrive
- Refining SharePoint search results
Skill Level Beginner
1. Microsoft Office Specialist SharePoint 2013 Exam Overview
MOS preparation and testing1m 22s
2. Creating and Formatting Content: Working with Lists
3. Creating and Formatting Content: Working with Document Libraries
4. Managing SharePoint Sites
5. Participating in User Communities
6. Configuring and Consuming Search Results
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