While editing a SharePoint page, you can save you changes as a draft. When you are ready to share your page with others, publish the page, then use SharePoint's promotional tools to share it with your team or specific people or groups.
- [Narrator] While I'm working on a page,…I will continue to save it as a draft,…but when I am ready to share it with others,…I will publish it, and I'll do that…by clicking the publish button here on the right.…I can then post this as news on my site.…I can send an email, or I can add a page…to our site's navigation.…So if I add this page to the site navigation,…it shows up here on the left-hand side,…and if I want to post this as news on the site,…I'm going to quicKly get a story built for me…about the existence of this site.…
I can copy this address if I want to email this to people…or to post a link elsewhere.…There's a little survey, and I'm going to now return…to our home page, and let's see…what all of this publishing did.…First, news; we've added a sales videos page.…That's cool.…Sales video, hyperlink over here on the left.…New activity.…A new sales video site page was created.…And any of these items will take people back…to that page, whether they click on the navigation,…or they click on the news story, or on the activity.…
- Recall the best size and file type to use when changing the default logo.
- Recognize which page is created by default when creating a new site.
- Identify the site that provides a high image-to-text ratio.
- Explain why you would copy a page when creating the site pages.
- List the default Hero web part layouts for Showcase and Topic communication sites.
- Identify the field that appears when you open a custom list.
- Summarize why you would create a PowerApps app for a custom list.