Learn how to embed a file in a blog in SharePoint Online.
- Have a text heavy blog that needs some visuals?…Let's start by locating and opening the drafted blog post.…While in SharePoint, select the user name account…in the upper right corner.…Then select my profile.…The Delve app appears.…Scroll down and locate the blog section.…Select all posts.…Locate the drafted post and select this to open it.…Select the edit command in the upper right corner.…With the mouse hovered over the body area text…where you want to add the visual,…let's scroll down to find that.…
Select the plus sign to see a listing…of text and content items for selection.…Let's add a document.…This document that we're going to add…is located in the OneDrive for Business document library,…so to the left, let's select OneDrive.…Then select the document.…And the document will be positioned…where the plus sign was within the blog posting.…Let's scroll down and take a look.…Here's the Excel document that was just added.…
- Navigating and personalizing SharePoint
- Customizing library views
- Managing version history
- Setting up alerts
- Sharing documents
- Working with lists
- Creating a wiki page
- Automating SharePoint with workflows
Skill Level Intermediate
SharePoint for Project Managementwith Bill Kulterman2h 8m Intermediate
SharePoint for Enterprise: Data Managementwith Phil Gold1h 45m Intermediate
SharePoint: Integrating with Accesswith Robin Hunt2h 19m Intermediate
1. Navigating and Personalizing
2. Documents and Libraries
3. Working with Lists
4. Working with Other Common Apps
Creating a wiki page1m 19s
5. Automating with Workflows
Flow mobile app1m 25s
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