Who it's for: Everyday users looking to level up and expand their knowledge to become SharePoint power users like site owners and managers. Introductory-level experience with SharePoint is highly recommended.
What it is: Microsoft SharePoint is a cloud-based service that helps organizations share and manage content, knowledge, and applications to empower teamwork, quickly find information, and seamlessly collaborate across the organization.
What you'll learn: We will start by working with sites. Specifically, we will work with site templates to create sites and move on to learning how to navigate the site and manage site navigation. Next, we will focus on page content. This section includes the creation of Wiki library pages, editing a team site’s home page, and using web part pages to display content. We’ll move on to drilling down into site columns and content types. Site columns allow you the flexibility of reusing content throughout a site and even child sites. Content types can be linked to lists and libraries. They are a combination of site columns, document templates, and workflows. Managing site permissions is the next (and very important) area we’ll dive into. Specifically, we will cover SharePoint groups, how to assign permissions, permissions levels, and permission inheritance/disinheritance.