Learn how to add additional permission groups to SharePoint. Plus, learn how to create your own custom groups.
- [Instructor] We have three default permission groups…which may or may not fulfill your permission needs.…If they don't, you're gonna need…to create your own custom permission groups,…and that's what we're gonna do in this movie.…We're gonna create a custom permission group…and a custom permission level for that group.…We're here on our Marketing Team Site,…it is a group connected site.…And we're gonna go to our settings gear…and click on site permissions.…From the site permissions window we're gonna click…on advanced site permissions…and it takes us here to the permissions page.…
Now you have to understand that creating permission groups…has to be done from the top level site…of either a group connected site…or a standard site collection.…It cannot be done anywhere else.…And the process is the same for either one,…it's just how we get there that's a little bit different.…We're gonna go to our Landon Hotel Lobby internet site…which is a top level site in a site collection.…To get here we're gonna go to our settings gear…
- Sites, site collections, and site templates
- Permission groups
- Permission inheritance
- Adding apps
- Creating columns
- Creating lists and document libraries
- Working with versioning
- Checking out documents
- Creating views and subsites
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Sites and Site Templates
2. Users and Permissions
3. Managing Team Site Content
4. Versioning and Check Out
5. Adding Columns
6. Creating Views
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