Join Mark Abdelnour for an in-depth discussion in this video Upload files, part of SharePoint Online: Managing Documents.
- [Instructor] In this video, I'm going to introduce you…to the process of uploading individual and multiple files…into a SharePoint Online document library.…This method assumes that you have pre-created files…somewhere on your local or network share drive…and you're looking to bring them…into a specific document library within SharePoint Online.…Let's take a look.…I'm in a library called Marketing Materials,…and my goal is to upload several files to this location.…To do this, I have two options available to me,…both of which we'll cover here, in this video.…
Option one is using the command bar.…I'm going to go ahead and click on the Upload button,…and a window appears.…Now this familiar window allows us…to select one or more files to upload.…I'll go ahead and click on the first one,…hold my Control key down on my keyboard,…select a second and a third.…So I now have three files selected,…and I'll just go ahead and click on Open.…We can see in the command bar that it tells us…that it's uploading three items…and that it successfully has done so…
- Accessing SharePoint Online
- Creating and working with documents
- Editing documents
- Sharing files
- Creating document views and document pins
- Searching and filtering
- Exporting to Excel
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