Join Mark Abdelnour for an in-depth discussion in this video Use Quick Edit view, part of SharePoint Online: Managing Documents.
- [Instructor] In this video, we're going to…look at some functionality that's existed…in previous versions of SharePoint…but has been improved here in SharePoint Online.…Here's the scenario.…I've opened up a file explorer window,…and I'm going to select multiple files…here from within this folder.…Now, what I'd like to do is just…drag and drop them within this library.…We can see in the command bar that…it's busy uploading the files…and that it's successfully done so.…
I'm now going to minimize the file explorer window.…You'll see the newly added files within the library…just below where it says marketing materials.…Now, there may be something else that you've noticed,…that under collateral type and region,…all those files have taken on the default metadata values.…For example, flyer and North America.…Now, those aren't the correct metadata values…that should be applied to those documents.…Now, we've seen in previous videos…how you can edit the metadata…or properties for individual files.…
What we did was select the file,…
- Accessing SharePoint Online
- Creating and working with documents
- Editing documents
- Sharing files
- Creating document views and document pins
- Searching and filtering
- Exporting to Excel
Skill Level Beginner
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1. SharePoint Online
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