The most effective way to locate SharePoint content is by using a site's search box. Enter your search term in the search box or, alternatively, use the dropdown to choose a search vertical like People or Conversations. Learn about how results are displayed on a search results page, and about using the refiners to filter results by type, author, and/or date.
- [Instructor] There are actually two places…that we can search on this page.…The first, find a file, is within a document library.…This is a limited search,…and it's actually a filter-in-place search.…If I'm looking, for example,…for documents that include Detroit,…I can either press enter, or I can click the search button,…and what I see is documents that have Detroit in them,…in the name or in the contents.…In fact, if I were to open this document,…you would see that Detroit is a piece of data…in one cell in this particular spreadsheet.…
To get rid of this Find a file,…I click to clear the search.…This filter-in-place search that's used in libraries…is different than the search…that we have for the site as a whole,…and for all the sites in the collection.…That's this search box right here.…By default, I can search this site,…but there are other search verticals,…other types of information I might wish to search for.…So I could search conversations,…I could search everything,…I could search people, for example.…
- Use SharePoint to create websites, collaboration spaces, and custom applications.
- List three ways a user can add documents to a SharePoint library.
- Modify documents simultaneously with coworkers and team members.
- Organize and share apps, lists, and libraries by choosing public views.
- Analyze content on all of your devices by syncing libraries and OneDrive.
- Organize a team site to promote collaboration.