Learn how to use SharePoint Online for collaboration and document management.
- [Gini] Welcome to this course on SharePoint Online your team's collaboration space in the cloud. We'll begin with an overview, what SharePoint is and how it can work for you and your team. I'll show you how to navigate in SharePoint and how to use SharePoint sites. Next, we'll work with documents, editing, sharing, and collaborating on documents while using the social features of SharePoint to communicate with the other members of our team and keep them in the loop. You'll see how to work with document libraries, but also how to use list apps and how to create a custom SharePoint application.
We'll wrap up with Office integration, because whether you're working with Outlook or Excel, PowerPoint or Word, SharePoint Online makes the experience you have in each of these Office applications more powerful and far more collaborative. Please join me for this exploration of SharePoint Online.
AuthorGini von Courter
- Understanding SharePoint permissions
- Searching SharePoint sites
- Editing, saving, and sharing documents
- Using OneDrive for file storage
- Working with libraries and list apps
- Creating custom and dynamic views
- Integrating Office apps: Outlook, Word, and more
- Going mobile with SharePoint Online
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with SharePoint Online
2. Work with SharePoint Sites
3. Edit and Save Documents
4. Share and Sync Documents
5. Work with List Apps
6. Go Mobile with SharePoint Online
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7. Integration: SharePoint 2016 and Office
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