Join Ron Davis for an in-depth discussion in this video Sharing and social computing, part of Creating Quick No-Code SharePoint Business Solutions with Composites.
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- The social features that are available…in SharePoint 2013 include:…a newsfeed, and this would be off of your personal site,…so the people subscribe to some things…that you're doing, they could get an RSS…or a newsfeed off of your site.…Mentions.…So, if you're mentioned in a post,…you would see the mentions, your activities, and likes.…So if you tag something with a like,…then we tabulate up the amount of likes that you have.…
Now, this may sound very familiar…with some of the social sites such as Facebook.…But one of the things that we can do in SharePoint,…which I personally think is very nice, is a community.…And a community is a site template.…So in your organization, if you have the proper permissions,…then you can create a community.…So let's say you're on a department that has a number…of different activities, and you have sporting events,…so you have basketball or something like that.…
So you can create a community of basketball players…in your division and they can post back and forth.…Or you have anything that you're interested in.…
So join Ron Davis as he shows how to get the most out of your SharePoint investment, with SharePoint Composites and some inventive sample business solutions. Ron shows how to gather requirements, use templates, create composites, integrate with Excel and other Office services, and implement solutions for a range of scenarios.
- An introduction to SharePoint's no-code Composites
- Composites life cycle
- Using out-of-the-box and custom workflows
- Using SharePoint site templates
- Working with Access apps
- Integrating with Excel, Power Pivot, and PerformancePoint
- Example business solutions