Explore the various settings available in a task list.
- [Instructor] We're here on our newly created Task List…and it is a classic experience Task List.…And even though our Task List…was part of our Marketing Team Site here,…which is a modern experience site,…the default was to create this Task List…as a classic style Task List.…We wanna go ahead and take a look at the List Settings,…so that we can see what other types of things…we can control with our Task List.…To get our List Settings, we're gonna go up here…to the top-left, and we're gonna click on the List tab,…and all the way down to the right side of our ribbon here…in the Settings section, you will see List Settings.…
We're gonna click there and here we have our List Settings.…First thing we're gonna look at…is list name description and navigation.…We can change the name, we can change the description.…We don't have to do any of that,…but we want to go ahead and add this to the navigation.…When we look at our Quick Launch,…we see the Task List is here…but it's underneath the Recent category,…which means it's not gonna stay there.…
- 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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