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SharePoint: Building & Managing a Site

This course is intended for people who want to create, build, and manage SharePoint sites.

In SharePoint you can create communication sites and team sites. Communication sites are ideal for providing information. Team sites are used for collaboration in projects and teams. As the creator of a SharePoint site, you can set it up and structure it. For example, you can create appropriate metadata columns to categorise content such as documents or lists. Then you can create views to group, filter or sort the content. You also have the option of creating and editing individual pages on a SharePoint site.

Course Features
Content Version
Application Group
All Levels
Learning Time
1 hour and 10 minutes
Number of Learning Videos
Languages Available
Course Design
  • Videos with Audio Narration and Closed-Captions
  • Practice Interactive Exercises
  • Tips and Printable PDF's
  • Chapter Tests
  • Personalized Learning Recommendations
  • Comprehensive Final Test with Certificate
  • Compatible with Desktop and Mobile Devices
  • SCORM and xAPI Support for LMS Deployement
Course Topics

Building a SharePoint site

  • Distinguishing between team and communication sites
  • Creating a team site
  • Creating a communication site
  • Navigation elements: Changing the name and order

Managing a SharePoint site

  • Sharing a team or communication site
  • Changing a person’s or group’s site permissions
  • Customising site information and look
  • Retrieving site content
  • Checking site usage

Structuring content (files and lists)

  • Opening the document library of a SharePoint site
  • Pinning documents and folders
  • Adding a new metadata column
  • Editing column settings
  • Editing a View
  • Creating a view for a list or document library

Creating and editing pages

  • Creating a page in SharePoint
  • Adding a section to a page
  • Adding a web part to a page
  • Publishing a page
  • Linking a page on the Navigation pane
  • Editing a page
  • Linking to a section on a SharePoint page