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- Understanding the SharePoint 2013 product line
- Editing your social media profile
- Viewing the newsfeed
- Keeping track of tasks
- Using SkyDrive to share private documents
- Moving files with drag and drop
- Syncing libraries
- Introducing SharePoint apps
- Reviewing the template updates
Skill Level Beginner
I hope you've enjoyed this overview of the features of SharePoint Server 2013 that have been changed or improved for this version of SharePoint Server. It's been a privilege to be able to prepare this information for you. So what's next? Well it depends. If you found that the time you spent learning the new features made you wish for more depth in some of the features, you should consider SharePoint Server 2013 Essential Training. On the other hand, if as you have been looking at new features you've realized that you are actually not running SharePoint Server, you're using SharePoint Foundation which comes with Windows, then please consider the SharePoint Foundation 2013 Essential Training course.
Then regardless, the odds are that if you're updating your server, you are also updating Office and a raft of other applications. But you should consider the overview that's in Office 2013 First Look. All of these courses are available in the lynda.com library. Thank you again for taking this course, I'll look forward to working with you again in the future.