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In this entry-level Microsoft skills training, Keith Barker prepares users to navigate through Sharepoint 2016 sites and site collections, manage pages and apps, and organize documents within a library.
SharePoint is a web-based collaboration platform that’s highly configurable and customizable. Companies use SharePoint in a host of ways, including content management, internal collaboration, business processes, and knowledge bases. If you’re a SharePoint administrator, then you know the technology side is relatively straightforward, and end-user training is the toughest part of the job.
After finishing the videos in this Sharepoint 2016 Training training, your users will know how to navigate through sites and site collections, manage pages and apps, and organize documents within a library. This Sharepoint 2016 training covers the fundamental end-user and administration skills you should have when using SharePoint Server 2016.
For anyone who manages Sharepoint 2016 training, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new employees, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a SharePoint reference resource.
All Sharepoint 2016 Training: What You Need to Know
This All Sharepoint 2016 Training training has videos that cover productivity tools topics including:
- Introduction to SharePoint
- Creating a top-level site and adding subsites
- Designing the look and feel of sites
- Working with web parts
- Document libraries
- Content approval
- SharePoint Online
Who Should Take All Sharepoint 2016 Training Training?
This Sharepoint 2016 training is considered foundational-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for technical and non-technical professionals with no Sharepoint 2016 experience.
SharePoint user training. Sharepoint is used in a lot of offices, but most people who use it never get any sort of training in it — this can be a real mistake. Poorly designed and developed Sharepoint sites can discourage end users from using them at all. But with the right training, you can be sure that your Sharepoint sites are intuitive, useful, and effective. If you use Sharepoint, or think that you might some day, get this training to make sure you understand Sharepoint and can use its core features to create great Sharepoint sites.