Join Mark Abdelnour for an in-depth discussion in this video Using calendars, part of Managing Documents with SharePoint 2010.
When a document workspace is created, it also produces a calendar by default, allowing you…to keep the team organized as you work on documents together.…The calendar would typically track project milestones, people's travel, meetings, and…anything else related to this project.…Now by default, it isn't actually shown on the screen, but rather a link is provided…here in the Quick Launch.…If I click on Calendar, a calendar appears, filling the entire screen, and here I can toggle…through the different months by clicking on any one of these arrows.…
Next month takes me to October, and you continue clicking and return back to September.…Further, if I wanted to add an entry to any one of these days--let's say on the 20th we…had a team meeting--by simply hovering over any one of these cells, you'll notice the Add button that appears.…If I click on Add, it brings up an Event window, where I can actually type in information regarding…the event I'm hoping to insert in that cell. So here, for title I'm going to say Team Meeting,…
An ideal primer for those new to SharePoint, this course demonstrates how to use the platform to accomplish your daily tasks.
- Uploading files
- Organizing your document library
- Editing documents
- Tracking document changes and version history
- Emailing links to documents
- Setting alerts
- Working in the Explorer and Datasheet views
- Exploring navigation hierarchies and key filters
- Creating personal views
- Getting the most out of document workspaces
Skill Level Beginner
1. SharePoint 2010
2. Loading Files into a Document Library
3. Document Collaboration and Management
4. Working with Document Views
5. Using Document Workspaces
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