In SharePoint 2019, lists created using built-in web apps like the Calendar, Issues, Tasks, and Contacts apps are classic apps. Classic apps include a command ribbon. In this video, SharePoint expert Gini von Courter demonstrates using a classic list.
- [Instructor] SharePoint's a great place to store documents…but it's also a wonderful place to store data.…The types of lists that we keep in Excel, in Access,…and SQL Server can also be stored in SharePoint.…In fact, SharePoint uses SQL Server…for its document storage.…There are, broadly speaking,…two types of lists in SharePoint.…One is a list that's created using a built-in application.…An example of that would be the All Staff Calendar.…There's a calendar application built in,…we add that application to a site,…and now we have access to a calendar…and you might say wow, that doesn't look…much like a list and yet it is.…
much like a list and yet it is.…This is a calendar list but displayed as a calendar.…The other type of list that we have is a custom list.…That's a list that's created to display data…that is unique or specific to your business' needs.…An example of that is an inventory list.…This particular list is a classic list.…Just as we have classic and modern sites…running in SharePoint 2019, we also have…
- Define SharePoint.
- Recall what level to set permissions when setting up security groups.
- Recall the limitations of opening a document in the Online version of SharePoint.
- Explain how to upload a folder from your documents folder to your SharePoint team site.
- Name the default that has been removed from SharePoint 2019 that limits document editing to one user at a time.
- Explain how to share a particular document on your team site.