Your SharePoint profile includes information, such as your name, title, and email address provided by your organization. You can add other information to your profile. An image makes it easy for colleagues to recognize you. Fill the Ask me about section with your current initiatives or areas of expertise. Provide information about your education and past projects in the appropriate areas.
- [Instructor] Your profile is information…about you that is available to other users.…You get to your profile by…clicking the drop down that has…your name on it, and choosing about me…and you'll end up here on this page.…I've done nothing with my profile,…and there's very little information…that's being provided by my IT department.…My email, I can't change that.…And it may be in your case that…your phone information, your location, your name,…and so on have already been provided.…
But the details that you can edit…are accessible by clicking edit your details.…So here's my name, and my name actually…has changed, my IT department hasn't…caught up with that I don't think.…If I click, notice that I have three tabs.…I have basic information,…contact information, and details.…And none of them allow me to edit my name.…So I would have to contact my IT department…or HR to modify that.…And that everyone can see my name,…and everyone can see this section…that says, "About me."…Notice if I click in the about me box,…this is revealed then as a classic SharePoint page…
- Define SharePoint.
- Recall what level to set permissions when setting up security groups.
- Recall the limitations of opening a document in the Online version of SharePoint.
- Explain how to upload a folder from your documents folder to your SharePoint team site.
- Name the default that has been removed from SharePoint 2019 that limits document editing to one user at a time.
- Explain how to share a particular document on your team site.