Learn all about the team site, the most popular SharePoint site. In this video, examine the classic experience team site and see everything it has to offer.
- [Instructor] Without a doubt, the Team site is…the most popular site in all of SharePoint.…But what is a Team site?…What are the common elements that it has?…What do we do with it?…How do we use it?…Let's go ahead and let's take a look at that.…We're gonna go ahead and explore a classic experience…SharePoint Team site.…We're here on our Landon Hotel Intranet site…and we're signed in as Harold Wandaleere.…Harold is the site owner of this site.…So if you're a site owner, everything that…you're gonna see here that Harold can do,…you should be able to do as well on your site.…
So Team site is for collaboration.…It's a place for people to gather together,…share documents and information.…What are the common elements?…All of our classic experience SharePoint…team sites have a newsfeed, and the Newsfeed is…a place for announcements.…It's quite simply a place for people to have…a conversation on the site.…You'll see that we have a couple of announcements here.…People can respond to those.…It's a great tool.…We also have a document library.…
- 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
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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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