This entry-level SharePoint training for end users prepares learners to use SharePoint to improve cooperation and interaction with shared sites that host files and shared resources.
SharePoint is a Microsoft productivity tool that when used properly can drastically increase team productivity. Unfortunately, when used improperly, it tends to do more harm than good. When someone doesn't understand SharePoint, they can create problems for administrators and fellow users and collaborators.
This course will familiarize you with SharePoint, how to create sites that make sense and how to keep track of all the information that passes through it. Teams that understand SharePoint find collaboration improves and work gets done faster – improve your team with this course on SharePoint.
After finishing this Microsoft training, you'll know how to use SharePoint to improve cooperation and interaction with shared sites that host files and shared resources.
For anyone who manages their Microsoft training, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new technical and non-technical professionals, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
SharePoint Training for End Users: What You Need to Know
For any technical and non-technical professionals looking to improve their proficiency with SharePoint best practices, this Microsoft course covers topics such as:
- Working with files stored in a SharePoint document library
- Managing multimedia resources, files and data across SharePoint
- Searching for content in SharePoint
- Using and editing team sites
Who Should Take SharePoint Training for End Users Training?
This SharePoint training for end users is considered foundational-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for technical and non-technical professionals. This Microsoft 365 skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with SharePoint best practices and experienced technical and non-technical professionals looking to validate their Microsoft skills.
New or aspiring technical and non-technical professionals. If you're getting ready to start your first job, this SharePoint course could be very important to your entire career. SharePoint is used in many different environments and settings, and if you want to stay up to speed with your colleagues and use their tools correctly, take this training and be prepared.
Experienced technical and non-technical professionals. This course in using SharePoint is critical for office workers and technology users who have been working for a few years already. If you should ever work in an environment that uses SharePoint, you'll be expected to pick it up immediately and keep working at a fast pace – get yourself prepared for SharePoint with this course.