Tag: SharePoint Site

SharePoint Site Collections | An Introduction

In this blog, we’ll discuss SharePoint site collections and understand how they work. SharePoint Site is like a website that contains different SharePoint Web Parts like Document Library, Calendar, Task List, and many more. It can have one or more pages to display content. Site collections are simply groups of multiple sites. The most common

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SharePoint Project Site: Creation And Configuration

SharePoint Project Site Creation And Configuration

In this blog, we’ll talk about creating a SharePoint Project Site and the configurations that we can do within the settings. When making a SharePoint subsite, there are two main templates that you can choose from: a Team Site and a Project Site. A Team Site is where it has no features at all and

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SharePoint Site Navigation Elements: An Overview

In this blog, we’ll discuss how you can create navigation links using some simple steps. SharePoint site navigation is one of the key elements to making your site more efficient. By properly creating navigation for your SharePoint site, you’ll have better and more straightforward access to the pages. If you create a subsite, you can

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The SharePoint Classic Design View Experience

SharePoint Classic Design View Experience

In this blog, we’ll discuss how you can modify the SharePoint classic design view appearance on your site and make it look more appealing.  Microsoft is slowly moving all of the SharePoint classic settings and appearances to their advanced or standard design view version.  However, as of this writing, you might still encounter a SharePoint

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SharePoint Lists: An Overview

SharePoint List An Overview

In this blog, we’ll talk about the importance and usage of SharePoint lists. We’ll also discuss the different ways of creating lists in SharePoint. SharePoint’s way of managing a collection of data like a table or a database is through SharePoint lists. A database is a way to store information. Any type of information you

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