Learn how to build a SharePoint taxonomy and design a long-lasting SharePoint site structure by taking advantage of metadata, folders, and custom libraries and lists.
- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Gary Yeoman, and welcome to Designing a SharePoint Taxonomy. In this course, we'll look at how to decide between SharePoint components to build a long-lasting, maintainable document and data management system. I'll start by explaining how your documents can be organized, and some of the primary concerns when deciding how to arrange them. Then we will describe each container of content and highlight their principle benefits. We will see why metadata is useful, and when folders can provide value.
Throughout the course, we will covering several design components and criteria, whilst keeping in mind ease-of-use, management, and maintenance. So let's get started with Designing a SharePoint Taxonomy.
- What is SharePoint taxonomy?
- Creating multiple libraries
- Using metadata
- Creating custom lists
- Working with columns
- Evaluating design choices