SharePoint - Site User (Server/Classic or Cloud/Modern)

Course Length: 6 hours (1 day)
Microsoft SharePoint is a platform designed to collaborate and allow users to use tools known as web parts and apps to create and store documents, create lists, use content management to control content types and use workflows to enhance corporate processes.

SharePoint today can be divided into two camps - Server (on premise) and Cloud (online) versions. The manual for this course was designed with screenshots for both environments. So, whether you have SharePoint 2016-2019 or the online version, you can use the same manual for all.

Learning Objectives:
They will learn best practices and processes for document management, storage, and versioning. Knowing how to create lists, views and custom columns is part of the skills they will need to use the SharePoint site effectively.

Target Student:
This course is intended for the Site User who creates and reads content.

Course Outline:
Section 1: Working with SharePoint Sites

Defining Sites
SharePoint Hierarchy
Modern vs. Classic
Web Parts vs. Apps

Section 2: Document Libraries & Content
Uploading Documents to Libraries
Searching for Documents
Keyboard Shortcuts
Creating Library Views

Section 3: List Apps & Their Content
Learning Lists
Creating Calendars, Surveys and More
Creating List Views
Multiple Filters and Grouping

Section 4: Interacting with O365 Files
Syncing SharePoint with OneDrive
Saving 365 Documents
Document Versioning

Section 5: Connecting O365 Apps to SharePoint
SharePoint Calendar to Outlook
Teams to SharePoint Document Libraries