- [Instructor] Before we take a deeper dive into libraries,…let's look at document storage more generally.…Even if you weren't using SharePoint,…you would have places to store files,…locally in a My Documents folder,…on External drives, on Network shares.…Before there was SharePoint,…before there were similar products for Cloud storage,…this was our universe…and if I wanted to share documents for collaboration,…I'd drop them in a Network share…or I would email them to someone else…or put them on an external drive…that we would pass around…or before that, even, I'd put it on a floppy drive…and we'd run it around the office, Sneakerware,…but when we add the capabilities of SharePoint,…I get not one, but two and an optional third way…to store my files.…
First, we have the Document libraries…that live in our Team Sites.…By default, every new Team Site has one Document library…and more can be added, if there's a reason…to separate access to different types…of documents within a site.…But I also automatically get OneDrive for Business.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Name the default level permissions are assigned in SharePoint.
- Recall what information on your profile is created from Active Directory that you won’t be able to change.
- Explain the limitation of a personal OneDrive account that makes it a poor choice for using with SharePoint.
- Define Noteworthy apps in SharePoint.
- Recall how to view your SharePoint team site in a browser view when using an Apple iOS device.
- Identify which board is built-in on a SharePoint.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with SharePoint Online
2. Work with SharePoint Sites
3. Edit and Save Documents
4. Share and Sync Documents
5. Work with List Apps
6. Go Mobile with SharePoint Online
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7. Integration: SharePoint 2016 and Office
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