SharePoint Online videos and tutorials

Here are a few videos and tutorials to help you do common tasks in creating and managing your SharePoint site. Also take a look at:

Create and manage a blog to share information

This course teaches you how to create and manage a SharePoint blog. Topics include basic tasks such as creating a blog, using categories, and modifying post layouts. Also learn how to set unique permissions for a blog, and also in lists and libraries within a blog.

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Create and set up a list

This video-based training course teaches you how to create SharePoint lists using built-in apps, create and edit views of the lists, share lists with others, and set alerts so you can be notified automatically when lists change.

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Follow content

Following documents and SharePoint sites makes it easy for you to stay abreast of newsfeed activity. There’s no need to search for files to check their update status because you automatically receive notifications in your newsfeed whenever updates occur. This course shows you how to follow documents in OneDrive for Business or a SharePoint library and keep track of SharePoint web sites that interest you.

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Introduction to document libraries

This course teaches you how to perform common tasks in a document library. Topics include ways to use a document library, uploading and editing files, and checking file version history.

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Post to the newsfeed

The newsfeed is a micro blog where you and people in your organization share ideas and information. Newsfeed posts can include a variety of features, such as pictures, videos, links and tags.

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Start using a list

A SharePoint list is a handy tool for sharing contacts, calendar appointments, tasks, or data with team members and site visitors, and provides the underlying structure for organizing information on your site. This course explains the basics and shows you how to work with SharePoint lists.

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Sync libraries using OneDrive for Business

With Office 2013, or an Office 365 subscription that includes Office 2013 applications, you can sync your OneDrive for Business and other SharePoint libraries to your computer. You can then work with your library files directly in your file system, and have access to your files when you’re offline. This training course shows you how.

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Update profile and privacy settings

A user profile is one of the social features of SharePoint Online that enables employees to easily collaborate and share knowledge. The profile contains information you’d expect to find such as name, department, and areas of expertise. But it contains contact and personal information you might want to include as well. This course teaches you how to edit your profile so you can provide all the salient details you want your co-workers to know. You’ll also learn how to update profile and newsfeed privacy settings so you can identify those details you’d prefer to keep private.

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Organize and configure a SharePoint library

There are several ways to organize and manage your SharePoint libraries. This intermediate video-based course teaches you to create and use folders, sort and filter with columns, create custom views of items in the library, and restrict access to a library.

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Post to a team site feed

Some posts or conversations are better suited for a small group of people. For these cases, you can create or start following team sites that contain their own site feeds. For convenience and visibility, posts on team sites you’re following also appear in the newsfeed on your personal site. The two videos in this training course explain how to start a feed on a team site and post to a team site feed from your personal newsfeed.

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