Learn how to set alerts on documents, libraries and how to manage them.
- [Instructor] This week, we're going to look at…setting alerts, so we're able to stay on top of…and not lose sight of important information in SharePoint.…Office 365 SharePoint Online…provides users with the ability…to be notified automatically by email or text…when changes are made to a selected document or library.…Let's dive right in using a document…from this document library.…The first step is to select the document…that you want to set the alert on.…
To do this, I'll hover over the file name,…and then click the checkbox to the left…of the file type icon.…Now, with the file selected,…I'll move to the command bar…and click on the ellipses, or the three dots.…From the options presented, I'll click on Alert Me.…Now, this brings up the Alert Me configuration window.…The options presented here are fairly self-explanatory,…but there are a couple I'd like to mention.…First, here in the send alerts to area,…did you know that you can actually add…other people's names to the Send Alert To box?…By default, it'll display your name…
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