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SHAREPOINT TUTORIAL
INTRODUCTION TO SHAREPOINT
GREGORY ZELFOND
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About Me
 Gregory Zelfond
 10+ years of experienc...
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About SharePoint Maven
I HELP ORGANIZATIONS TO UNLO...
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Did You…
 Just acquire Office 365 / SharePoint Onl...
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YOU ARE IN LUCK!!!
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This FREE SharePoint Tutorial will…
 Explain Share...
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It is super easy…
Tutorial so easy to understand......
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This Guide will cover…
 Sites
 Pages
 Web Parts
...
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LET’S START!!!
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What is SharePoint?
It is many different things. An...
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Evolution of SharePoint
 Born in 2001
 Historical...
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SharePoint & Office 365
 Since 2011, SharePoint go...
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Basic SharePoint Elements
 Sites
– Used to organiz...
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SITES
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SharePoint Sites
 All Sites you create sit under T...
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Example of a SharePoint Site Hierarchy
Level 2 Subs...
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Concept of a Site Collection
 All sites sit in a S...
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Example - List of Site Collections
DEFAULT SITE COL...
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What? Why do I need multiple Site Collections?
 A ...
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Example: Multiple Site Collections Hierarchy
Site C...
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PAGES
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SharePoint Pages
 Multiple pages per site can be
c...
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Default look of a site/page
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WEB
PARTS
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Web Parts
 Definition: Web Part is a
modular and r...
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Most Common Web Parts
 Document Library
 Calendar...
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Example Web Part: Document Library
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Example Web Part: Tasks
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VIEWS
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Views
 Definition: Views allow user to
control how...
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Example of a Document Library View
View Name
Groupi...
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SECURITY
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Security/Permissions
 Controls who sees informatio...
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Default Permission Levels
Permission Level Descript...
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Security Best Practices
 Best Practice: Stay at th...
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NAVIGATION
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Navigation
 Logical roadmap users follow to find t...
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Navigation Example
Global Navigation
Current Naviga...
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Tell me more about SharePoint
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More to come…
 This was Part I of SharePoint Tutor...
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That should
be You!
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Additional reading
 Did you enjoy this presentatio...
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Acknowledgements
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Need help with SharePoint?
 SharePoint Site Config...
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THANK YOU!
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SharePoint Tutorial and SharePoint Training - Introduction

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Are you new to SharePoint and want to learn more about it? You are in luck. This FREE SharePoint tutorial is an excellent resource and will let you learn SharePoint in no time. It explains in basic and non-technical terms what SharePoint is all about. With this tutorial, you will learn the following key concepts:
• SharePoint Sites
• SharePoint Pages
• SharePoint Web Parts
• SharePoint Views
• SharePoint Security
• SharePoint Navigation

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SharePoint Tutorial and SharePoint Training - Introduction

  1. 1. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond SHAREPOINT TUTORIAL INTRODUCTION TO SHAREPOINT GREGORY ZELFOND
  2. 2. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond About Me  Gregory Zelfond  10+ years of experience with SharePoint  SharePoint advocate, blogger  Love to solve business problems using code-free, out of the box SharePoint configurations  Owner of SharePoint Maven (sharepointmaven.com)
  3. 3. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond About SharePoint Maven I HELP ORGANIZATIONS TO UNLOCK THE POWER OF SHAREPOINT MIGRATION CONSULTING TRAINING
  4. 4. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Did You…  Just acquire Office 365 / SharePoint Online?  Want to start using SharePoint, but don’t know where to start?  Can’t find any relevant or concise training materials on the web?
  5. 5. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond YOU ARE IN LUCK!!!
  6. 6. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond This FREE SharePoint Tutorial will…  Explain SharePoint in basic and non- technical terms  Give you an overall idea of SharePoint key concepts  Provide you with enough information to start configuring your own SharePoint Site
  7. 7. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond It is super easy… Tutorial so easy to understand... …You’ll feel like a king at the end
  8. 8. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond This Guide will cover…  Sites  Pages  Web Parts  Views  Security  Navigation
  9. 9. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond LET’S START!!!
  10. 10. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond What is SharePoint? It is many different things. Any of these apply  Collaboration Platform  Information Management System  Document Repository  Company Intranet  Team Sites  Business Portal  Framework for developing business applications
  11. 11. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Evolution of SharePoint  Born in 2001  Historically, evolved as collaboration platform adopted by many large organizations  Required extensive server infrastructure for on- premise installations  Major versions: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 (current) and 2016 (planned)
  12. 12. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond SharePoint & Office 365  Since 2011, SharePoint got bundled with Office 365 Subscription Service  Can still be acquired as an on-premise solution or new “cloud” solution (SharePoint Online)  Cloud (SharePoint Online) version does not require Infrastructure investments by organizations  SharePoint Online is very affordable as a result
  13. 13. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Basic SharePoint Elements  Sites – Used to organize content by function or purpose  Pages – Displays/separates content on a site  Web Parts (Apps) – Building blocks of a page/site  Views – Control what information is displayed  Security – Controls who sees the information displayed  Navigation – Logical roadmap users follow to find the information
  14. 14. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond SITES
  15. 15. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond SharePoint Sites  All Sites you create sit under Top-Level (home) Site (which you get by default out of the box) – For example, https://yourcompanyname.sharepoint.com is the top level site you get by default – Every new site you create will sit under it  Deep hierarchies can be built if required  Best practice: Stay as flat as possible – No more then 1-2 sub-sites deep, otherwise becomes a headache to manage
  16. 16. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Example of a SharePoint Site Hierarchy Level 2 Subsites Level 1 Subsites Top-Level Site Homepage PMO Project Site 1 Project Site 2 Finance
  17. 17. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Concept of a Site Collection  All sites sit in a Site Collection  By default, you get 1 Site Collection (https://yourcompanyname.sharepoint.com)  Additional Site Collections can be created if necessary (each with its own top-level site and subsites)  Best Practice – If you have only few sites – stay with just 1 (one) site collection – If you plan to have many sites/ expansive intranet – need to have multiple site collections
  18. 18. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Example - List of Site Collections DEFAULT SITE COLLECTION NEW SITE COLLECTION
  19. 19. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond What? Why do I need multiple Site Collections?  A great way to separate Administrative functions – i.e. multiple business units within same organization  Improves performance  Best Practice: If you plan to share externally – those sites need to go into separate site collection (helps prevent accidental sharing of internal information)
  20. 20. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Example: Multiple Site Collections Hierarchy Site Collection 1 Site Collection 2 Project Sites Department Sites External Sites HOMEPAGE
  21. 21. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond PAGES
  22. 22. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond SharePoint Pages  Multiple pages per site can be created  Pages used to separate and present content  Determines look & feel of a site/page  Different (default) page layouts available
  23. 23. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Default look of a site/page
  24. 24. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond WEB PARTS
  25. 25. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Web Parts  Definition: Web Part is a modular and reusable component that can be placed into SharePoint Page to display certain content  Think of iPhone® “Apps” for SharePoint
  26. 26. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Most Common Web Parts  Document Library  Calendar  Contact List  Issues Tracking  Tasks  Announcements
  27. 27. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Example Web Part: Document Library
  28. 28. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Example Web Part: Tasks
  29. 29. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond VIEWS
  30. 30. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Views  Definition: Views allow user to control how information from a certain web-part is displayed  Very powerful, but pointless if proper metadata is not setup  Some of the things views control: – Which columns to display – Order of Columns – How information is sorted – How information is filtered – How information is grouped
  31. 31. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Example of a Document Library View View Name Grouping Sorting & Filtering
  32. 32. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond SECURITY
  33. 33. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Security/Permissions  Controls who sees information  Can be set at the following levels: – Site – Web Part – Folder – Document/Item  Permissions can be assigned to a user or SharePoint Security Group
  34. 34. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Default Permission Levels Permission Level Description Full Control Has full control Design Can view, add, update, delete, approve, and customize Edit Can add, edit and delete lists; can view, add, update and delete list items and documents Contribute Can view, add, update, and delete list items and documents Read Can view pages and list items and download documents Limited Access Can view specific lists, document libraries, list items, folders, or documents when given permissions View Only Can view pages, list items, and documents. Document types with server-side file handlers can be viewed in the browser but not downloaded Courtesy: microsoft.com
  35. 35. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Security Best Practices  Best Practice: Stay at the site level security, do not control security at Web Part, Folder or Document/Item Level  Unless you want to manage security on a full-time basis. It is a headache to manage  Breaking security inheritance negatively impacts performance  Best Practice: Control permissions at the group level, do not assign permissions to individuals  Easier to manage. Once Security Groups are created, just add/remove users from it
  36. 36. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond NAVIGATION
  37. 37. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Navigation  Logical roadmap users follow to find the information  2 types of navigation: Global & Current  Global Navigation – Meant for “global” site navigation. Typically stays the same from site to site (i.e. links to Home, Department Sites, etc.) – Appears horizontally at the top of the site/page  Current Navigation: – Meant for “local” navigation within a site (i.e. links to sub-sites underneath or web parts present on a site) – Appears on the left hand—side of a site/page – Called Quick Launch in SharePoint
  38. 38. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Navigation Example Global Navigation Current Navigation (Quick Launch)
  39. 39. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Tell me more about SharePoint
  40. 40. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond More to come…  This was Part I of SharePoint Tutorial/Training  Future Parts will cover more intermediate & advanced features of SharePoint  No matter how many SharePoint tutorials and user guides you read or videos you watch, you will not really learn SharePoint  You need to start using it to “understand” it
  41. 41. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond That should be You!
  42. 42. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Additional reading  Did you enjoy this presentation?  Help spread the word by sharing a link to it with your friends and colleagues by email or social media  Here are links to additional content you might find useful – 12 reasons folders in SharePoint are a bad idea – Introduction to SharePoint Metadata – Top 5 reasons why SharePoint is great for nonprofits – 5 ways to manage documents in SharePoint – 10 reasons why SharePoint training matters – 10 practical tips to boost SharePoint user adoption
  43. 43. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Acknowledgements I used the following materials and websites while preparing this tutorial:  My own knowledge and expertise in SharePoint  Images used in this presentation under Creative Commons License – clker.com – clipartpanda.com – wallpaper-kid.com – clipartpal.com  Logos of the following organizations – Microsoft
  44. 44. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond Need help with SharePoint?  SharePoint Site Configuration and Customization  Document Migration to SharePoint  SharePoint Implementation Strategy  SharePoint Training  SharePoint User Adoption  SharePoint Governance  SharePoint Project Management
  45. 45. sharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfondsharepointmaven.com @gregoryzelfond THANK YOU! Visit: sharepointmaven.com Email: greg@sharepointmaven.com Follow: @gregoryzelfond Connect: linkedin.com/company/sharepoint-maven View: www.slideshare.net/gzelfond Get in touch if you have questions

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