Join Mark Abdelnour for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding links, part of Managing Documents with SharePoint 2010.
If there are sites, web pages, or documents that you think are relevant to the document…or project at hand, you can include them in a web part entitled links.…Think of these as a list of favorites or bookmarks that everyone on the team can access without…having to search all over the SharePoint site or the web to find.…This web part is located in the bottom right corner of the document workspace.…You can see here that this project team has already added two links to the list. One of them is…to Explore California Travel Policy, and the second one is the Explore California Style Guide.…
Now, according to these team members, these were important links that would help them…work on the document or set of documents that they have here in this document workspace.…Let's go ahead now and add some new ones, and we'll also look at how we can edit existing links.…So to add a new link, we click on the Add new link link at the bottom of this web part.…Here it's asking you to type in a web address.…Well, for this example, we're going to look at the corporate Explore California website,…
An ideal primer for those new to SharePoint, this course demonstrates how to use the platform to accomplish your daily tasks.
- Uploading files
- Organizing your document library
- Editing documents
- Tracking document changes and version history
- Emailing links to documents
- Setting alerts
- Working in the Explorer and Datasheet views
- Exploring navigation hierarchies and key filters
- Creating personal views
- Getting the most out of document workspaces
Skill Level Beginner
1. SharePoint 2010
2. Loading Files into a Document Library
3. Document Collaboration and Management
4. Working with Document Views
5. Using Document Workspaces
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