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SharePoint Online Power User

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Course duration

  • 4 days

Course Benefits

  • Understand the benefits of using SharePoint in real world scenarios
  • Create new SharePoint sites to store business information
  • Create pages to share news and content
  • Customise the structure of a site to meet specific business requirements
  • Create and mange views, columns and apps
  • Manage the security of a site
  • Use the power platform to customise forms and automate processes
  • Use search to find business information from people to documents

Course Outline

  1. An Introduction to SharePoint Online
    1. Introducing Office 365 and SharePoint
    2. The cloud revolution
    3. What is Office 365?
    4. What is SharePoint?
    5. Introducing Microsoft 365 Groups
    6. Ownership and access
    7. Getting started with Office 365
    8. Login to Office 365
    9. The app launcher
    10. Office 365 settings
    11. Delve
    12. OneDrive
    13. Lab: An introduction to SharePoint Online
  2. Creating Sites
    1. Planning your sites
    2. Your Office 365 tenant
    3. Web addresses
    4. Site collections
    5. Create a new site
    6. Navigating your team site
    7. User interface: modern vs. classic
    8. Site contents: modern vs. classic
    9. Where does classic come from?
    10. Create new subsites
    11. Site templates
    12. Apply a theme
    13. Building your navigation
    14. Delete subsites
    15. SharePoint Hub Sites
    16. Lab: Creating Sites
  3. Creating and Managing Web Pages
    1. The types of pages found in SharePoint
    2. Modern SharePoint pages
    3. Create news and site pages
    4. Web parts
    5. Save, publish, share and delete pages
    6. Communication sites
    7. Classic SharePoint pages
    8. How to use classic team site pages
    9. Review features that are unique to classic publishing sites
    10. Lab: Create and manage pages
  4. Working with Apps
    1. An introduction to apps
    2. An introduction to libraries
    3. Classic and modern libraries
    4. Classic library apps
    5. An introduction to lists
    6. Classic list apps
    7. Marketplace apps
    8. Adding apps to a site
    9. More options for adding lists
    10. Create and manage columns
    11. Public and personal views
    12. Managing app settings
    13. Content approval
    14. Major and minor versioning
    15. Document sets
    16. Uploading files to a library
    17. Create and edit files
    18. File templates
    19. Co-author
    20. Check out and check in
    21. File properties, sort, filter and details
    22. Edit in grid view
    23. File commands
    24. Copy link and share
    25. File security
    26. Folders
    27. The recycle bin
    28. Alerts
    29. OneDrive Sync
    30. Working with classic lists
    31. Lab: Working with Apps
  5. Building processes with Power Automate and Power Apps
    1. What are business processes?
    2. Classic tools for designing processes
    3. Design and test an out of the box workflow
    4. Getting started with Power Automate in SharePoint
    5. Design and publish a flow in Power Automate
    6. Getting started with Power Apps in SharePoint
    7. Enhance data capture with Power Apps
    8. Test a Power Automate and Power Apps enriched list
    9. Lab: Building processes with Power Automate and Power Apps
  6. Customising Security
    1. Microsoft 365 group access
    2. Updating Microsoft 365 group security
    3. Managing access to SharePoint
    4. New sites: public vs. private
    5. Setup access requests
    6. Share a site
    7. Share a file
    8. Remove a user
    9. Customizing SharePoint security
    10. Create permission levels
    11. Creating new SharePoint security groups
    12. Inheritance
    13. Site collection SharePoint security groups
    14. Managing inheritance
    15. Best practices for managing security
    16. Lab: Customizing Security
  7. Working with Search
    1. Managed metadata service
    2. Create, manage and deploy content types
    3. Configure information management policies
    4. What does information management do?
    5. Where can it be applied?
    6. Records management overview
    7. What is a record?
    8. Records center
    9. In place records management
    10. Using the content organizer and durable links features
    11. Lab: Enterprise content management
  8. Enterprise Content Management
    1. Managed metadata service
    2. Create, manage and deploy content types
    3. Configure information management policies
    4. What does information management do?
    5. Where can it be applied?
    6. Records management overview
    7. What is a record?
    8. Records center
    9. In place records management
    10. Using the content organizer and durable links features
    11. Lab 1: Enterprise content management

Class Materials

Each student will receive a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.

Since its founding in 1995, InterSource has been providing high quality and highly customized training solutions to clients worldwide. With over 500 course titles constantly updated and numerous course customization and creation possibilities, we have the capability to meet your I.T. training needs.
Instructor-led courses are offered via a live Web connection, at client sites throughout Europe, and at our Geneva Training Center.
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