Unlike team sites, SharePoint communication sites do not have an associated group. When a site is complete, it is published and shared. This video demonstrates sharing a site as well as hiding the comments feature.
- [Instructor] Unlike team sites,…there is no group that's automatically associated…with our showcase or other communication sites.…The idea is that someone will create the site,…perhaps add a couple of other people to work on it,…a couple of other editors,…and when it's all done then,…and we publish the site,…we're really done and everyone else that will be invited,…will be invited to view the site.…Small number of authors, large number of viewers.…So, our site is almost done.…
There are a couple of things I'd like to do to it yet,…and one is I want to remove these comments,…and I'm going to tell you why.…If we're going to have a place for comments,…then I should rightfully make sure there's somebody…who's going to manage the comments and respond to comments.…That's not what we're doing right now.…We actually are providing this…and we don't want to have comments available.…So I'm simply going to turn the comments off.…And I'm going to now Save this as a draft,…and Publish again.…
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- 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.