The objectives for the SharePoint 2013 Microsoft Office Specialist exam include adding alerts to search results. In this video, we’ll add a search alert. We’ll review selecting options for mail notification; selecting which types of changes we’d like to be alerted to, as well as setting the alert frequency.
- [Voiceover] If you find yourself routinely searching…for the same information,…adding a search alert will help streamline the process.…In this video, we'll also review…how you can follow an item from a search result.…I already have my search for London appearing on the screen…and I'd like to add an alert.…I'll scroll down to the bottom of the search results…and select Alert Me.…On the Alert page, I can see the alert title…that I've searched for London.…
I can also specify what type of changes…I wish to be alerted to.…Do I wanna be alerted when new items would appear…or existing items are changed or both?…I can also choose whether I wish to have a daily…or weekly summary alert sent.…I'll click OK to save it.…One of the other things that you can do with search results…is you can follow a document directly from here.…
I'm interested in the Welcome to West Landon document.…I'll hover over it to show the preview pane…on the right hand side,…and I'll simply select Follow to follow that result.…To recap, we've looked at the ability to add a search alert,…
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- Understanding the exam objectives, format, and registration process
- Creating and configuring lists
- Modifying list items, views, and columns
- Creating and editing libraries
- Setting up content types
- Managing SharePoint sites
- Creating new site pages
- Sharing information in newsfeeds and blogs
- Storing files in OneDrive
- Refining SharePoint search results
Skill Level Beginner
Publishing Sites with SharePoint 2013with Ron Davis1h 14m Beginner
1. Microsoft Office Specialist SharePoint 2013 Exam Overview
MOS preparation and testing1m 22s
2. Creating and Formatting Content: Working with Lists
3. Creating and Formatting Content: Working with Document Libraries
4. Managing SharePoint Sites
5. Participating in User Communities
6. Configuring and Consuming Search Results
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