Join Simon Allardice for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring team sites, part of SharePoint 2010 Getting Started.
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If there's one most common site in SharePoint, it's this one, the Team Site.…It's not necessarily the most useful or the most important, but it's one of the most common.…One of the reasons for that is when a new Web site is created in SharePoint the…default is this one, the Team Site.…That doesn't make it special.…Something has to be the default. It's this one.…That's a little generic, but if you know how to use a Team Site well, you pretty…much know how to use all the others.…
I have a Team Site here, and it's looking the way it looks pretty much as…soon as it's created.…It's got some stock images in it, some placeholder content.…This is a site template that's available in SharePoint Foundation 2010, and by…definition, then, of course, available in all the others as well.…The question is well, what is it?…Well, it's a site organized around a small team. It's a suggestion.…It's not magical.…If you didn't ever use a Team Site, you're not doing anything wrong in SharePoint.…
From one perspective, you know that you can go out on the Web and buy Web site…
- Exploring the SharePoint product line
- Creating a Web site
- Understanding document and meeting workspaces
- Setting site permissions
- Working with Office 2010 and SharePoint
- Checking documents in and out
- Versioning documents
- Social networking in SharePoint
Skill Level Beginner
Outlook 2010 Essential Trainingwith Karen Fredricks2h 55m Beginner
1. SharePoint 101
Using SharePoint8m 8s
2. Sites and Workspaces
3. SharePoint Tools
4. Microsoft Office 2010 and SharePoint
5. Basic Functions in SharePoint
6. Expanded Functions in SharePoint
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