Learn site, page navigation fundamentals, and discover Microsoft SharePoint’s wide range of tools. Become self-sufficient in using Microsoft Office Online document libraries and familiarize yourself with document synchronization, sharing, co-authoring, and versioning.
This course will help you understand the difference between Intranet and Extranet, the choice between a team site and communication site and the benefit of collaborative work through document management.
With automatic synchronization, you and your colleagues will be able to access your files locally via File Explorer and even work in offline mode.
All trainings are conducted by expert trainers, especially on getting started with Microsoft SharePoint.
You need to familiarize yourself with Microsoft SharePoint and understand how it can fulfill your needs.
At the end of this training, you will be able to:
- Know the structure of a Site Hub
- Know how the corporate intranet works
- Use built-in Microsoft SharePoint collaboration tools
Prerequisite and Target Audience
- Target audience: Users who want to understand the architecture of a Hub Site
- Startup Level: Beginner
- Prerequisite: Master independently the basic uses of computer navigation and the uses of your computer.
Means and Methods
- Virtual Classroom: The training is carried out remotely with a virtual classroom tool. Live interaction with a trainer enabling participants to ask questions.
- e-Learning Modules: A video series to help you achieve the defined educational objective.
- Documents and Other materials: Additional information or educational activities to complement this course.
Content of the training
45-min Distance Learning (or its video recording)
- Architecture of a SharePoint with a Hub Site
- Structure of a Hub Site
- Notion of Site
- Team site vs. Communication site
- Discovering SharePoint
- A collaborative space (Intranet or Extranet promoting sharing, collaboration and communication)
- Platform centralizing: Contacts, Files, Third-Party Apps, ...
- Work without email / Search for essential information
- Interface description
- Document management
- Drop files
- View and edit a file
- Search for a file or folder using the search bar
- Using it on the computer
- What is synchronization?
- How do I run it?
- Work locally and see synchronization
29 Video Tutorials on Microsoft SharePoint broken down into 5 lessons
- New SharePoint Features
- Create a site off a template
- Visually highlight certain files
- Pin your documents to the top of your library list
- Introduce team sites
- A detailed description of the home page
- Site presentation
- The search function in SharePoint
- Connecting with other Office 365 tools
- Introduction to document libraries
- Introduction to the document libraries
- Adding items to libraries
- Editing of items
- Moving and copying content
- Sharing a document
- Receiving a sharing request
- Managing different versions of a document
- Making a document Read Only
- Synchronizing a library on your computer
- Using files in a synchronized library
- Start using a list
- Introduction to lists
- Adding items to a list
- Editing items in a list
- Sharing the items of a list
- Advanced use
- Adding a column to a list or library
- Sorting and filtering items
- Creating and managing displays
- Defining alerts
- Creating workflows from a template
- Creating workflows from scratch
- Creating your application with PowerApps
1 Course Knowledge Validation Quiz
- Getting Started with SharePoint Modern Experience
Learn more about Microsoft SharePoint
Intranet, Microsoft SharePoint, Synchronization, and Internal Enterprise Web are different terms that provide a way to communicate and centralize information and collaborate.
Microsoft SharePoint is an intelligent and collaborative intranet site. It offers a range of uses to communicate with your teams with 3 deployment and management methods: the first is a classic method hosted in the Microsoft Cloud, the second is a deployment linked to Microsoft Teams’ teams and the third is a deployment via a local server.
Only the first method of use will be discussed in this course, from the point of view of the end user. The secure use of document and folder libraries, mixed with synchronization, is a reliable way to have data at your fingertips.