SharePoint hub sites are used to provide a common look and feel, navigation, and feeds across a group of associate sites. In this video, Gini von Courter demonstrates associating a SharePoint site with a hub site.
- [Narrator] A Hub site is a site that has been…promoted and is used to connect other sites together.…So an example of a Hub that I have among my sites…is the Field Service Hub and if I click on the Hub…it looks a little different than our other sites look.…The Field Service Hub has news, but the news actually comes…from different sites from the Sales to Service…site which is connected to this Hub.…
If I scroll down I can see all of the sites…that are connected Sales to Service, Wind Installs…and MainlyWind are all connected to this particular Hub.…So the purpose of a Hub is allow users to…view a group of sites that are connected to…each other in a particular way.…You might have Hubs that are based on Geography,…if you have more than one location you might have…Hubs that are based on departments.…You might have Hubs that are based on particular…functions of your business and if you have Hubs…if your organization has them, then what you can do…is you can connect site to a Hub…if you are a SharePoint Administrator…
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