O365 Training

Office 365 and SharePoint Online Site Collection Administration Training Course

O365 TrainingModule 1 – Introduction to SharePoint for Admins 

1.1 – What is SharePoint and how does it work with Office365?
1.2 – SharePoint Versions and Licenses
1.3 – Connecting and Navigating
1.4 – SharePoint Terminology
1.5 – SharePoint Planning
1.6 – Strategy Overview

Module 2 – Sites, Sub-sites and Architecture

2.1 – SharePoint Architecture
2.2 – Creating a Team Site
2.3 – Creating Create a Blog
2.4 – Creating a Community Site
2.5 – Navigation
2.6 – Change the Look of SharePoint Sites
2.7 – Adding a Logo
2.8 – Manage Site Regional Settings
2.9 – Managing Site Features

Module 3 – Working with Pages and Web Parts 

3.1 – SharePoint Page Types
3.1 – How to Create a New Page
3.3 – How to Edit Existing Pages
3.4 – Changing the Page Layout
3.5 – Adding Text to a Page
3.6 – Adding Images to a Page
3.7 – Adding App Parts to a Page
3.8 – Configuring Web Parts
3.9 – Using the Relevant Document Web Part
3.10 – How to Delete a Web Part from the Page

Module 4 – Using Library Apps

4.1 – Create a Document Library
4.2 – Uploading Documents
4.3 – Creating New Documents within SharePoint
4.4 – Document Properties
4.5 – Editing Documents
4.6 – Document Versioning
4.7 – Check-in and Check-out (controlling one version of truth)
4.8 – Content Approval
4.9 – Document Content Types
4.10 – Document Sets
4.11 – Deleting Documents and Document Recovery
4.12 – Create and use a Picture Library
4.13 – Sync your SharePoint Libraries to Office

Module 5 – Using List Apps

5.1 – Create Calendar List App
5.2 – Create Task List App
5.3 – Create Discussion Board List App
5.4 – Create Announcement List App
5.5 – Create Promoted Links List App
5.6 – Attach a Document to a List Item
5.7 – Import, Export List Data with Excel
5.8 – Creating and Build a Custom List App
5.9 – Sync SharePoint Apps to Outlook

Module 6 – Creating and Using Views 

6.1 – Changing the default view of a List or Library App
6.2 – Creating a Sort view
6.3 – Creating a Filter view
6.4 – Creating a Custom Group by view

Module 7 – Workflows

7.1 – Understanding Workflow
7.2 – Activate Site Collection Workflow Feature
7.3 – Create and Configure the Approval Workflow
7.4 – Create and Configure a Flow for Automation and Processes
7.5 – Managing Workflows

Module 8 – Permissions

8.1 – Understanding SharePoint Permissions Levels and best practice of setting up permissions
8.2 – Creating a New SharePoint Group
8.3 – Adding Users to a Group
8.4 – Checking User Permissions
8.5 – Manage Site Permissions
8.6 – Managing List and Library Permissions
8.7 – Managing Individual Item and Document Permissions
8.8 – Re-Inheriting Permissions
8.9 – View Existing Permissions Levels
8.10 – Create new Permission Levels

Module 9 – Templates

9.1 – Creating List Templates
9.2 – How to find your List Template
9.3 – Creating Library Templates
9.4 – Creating Site Templates

Module 10 – Site Collection Policies

10.1 – Site Retention Policies
10.2 – Information Management Policies

Module 11 

11.1 – Understanding Search in SharePoint
11.2 – Crawling Content
11.3 – Using Result Sources
11.4 – Using Query Rules
11.5 – Using the search web parts

Module 12 – Taxonomy and Metadata 

12.1 – What is Taxonomy and Folksonomy in SharePoint?
12.2 – Using the Managed Metadata Service
12.3 – Creating a Term Set
12.4 – Using the Managed Metadata Column

Module 13 – SharePoint Branding

13.1 – What is Branding?
13.2 – Collaboration Site Branding
13.3 – Publishing Site Branding

Module 14 – SharePoint and Delve

14.1 – What is Delve
14.2 – How SharePoint connects with Delve
14.3 – User profiles in Delve

Module 15 – SharePoint and OneDrive

15.1 – What is OneDrive and how can it work with SharePoint
15.2 – Sync OneDrive for Business to SharePoint Libraries

We are here to support you to make sure that your business has a smooth transition into the world of SharePoint.
To book your O365 training for Site Collection Administration contact a member of our training team on 01383 754674 or complete the enquiry form on the page.

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