Join Mark Abdelnour for an in-depth discussion in this video Using document version history, part of Managing Documents with SharePoint 2010.
As an end-user, version history is a very important feature of SharePoint.…Version history contains information about when the item or file was changed, who changed…it and why, if comments were entered?…A great example of when version history can come in handy is when sending the file out…to a large group of people for their edits and feedback.…As you approach the review deadline, you can check the version history at any time to see…who's checked it out and who's made edits to the file.…Let's look at an example here in this Document Library. Let me go ahead and select this file…by clicking in the check box to the left of its icon and then move to the down arrow.…
Here I will select Version History.…As you can see, within this Version History dialog box there are six versions associated with this file.…Version 1 here on the bottom, all the way up to Version 6.…In the column next to it, you can see all the modified dates which represent the date…that those versions were created.…At the very bottom you can see the metadata requirements that are completed.…
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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