Join Mark Abdelnour for an in-depth discussion in this video Use File Explorer view, part of SharePoint Online: Managing Documents.
- [Instructor] Remember the Open in Explorer feature?…Well, it hasn't gone away.…Instead, it's found a new name and location…in SharePoint's new, modern UI.…Simply put, this feature will open the library…that you're currently in using a Windows Explorer view.…It can be accessed from the command bar,…where you currently see all documents.…When I click on the dropdown, you see…the new name for this functionality.…It's now called View in File Explorer.…
I'm going to go ahead and click on it.…Now, we see the exact same library,…Marketing Materials, but in an Explorer view.…Now, this is a great feature, especially for those people…who find using SharePoint document…libraries a little challenging.…This is something we're all used to using…and all that same functionality is still available.…So, for example, should I select a file…and then right mouse click, you'll see right away…the different options that are available.…
For example, I can open the file from here, I can print it.…In addition, I can cut, copy, delete, and rename.…
- 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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1. SharePoint Online
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