Hands-on two day event
Some SharePoint experience required
This Power User course is different. Sure, you'll learn to be a "Power User" who knows "how to" do things. But just as important we cover "when to" and "what can go wrong" - causing your site to turn feral - because most do. We also cover the what's new in SharePoint 2013 - the surface "first blush" view versus the reality of what features really make a difference
Self sufficiency. Build skills, save money by doing much more in-house. Empower key users to extend and tune how they and others use SharePoint
Do more without propeller heads & vendors. Get much more from your SharePoint platform without resorting to expensive software development. Understand what is possible
Keep control. Gain an understanding to apply Power User skills wisely and safely, so SharePoint stays controlled.
The document management capabilities of SharePoint make it a powerful alternative to shared drives. Understand and try out this SharePoint functionality...
Setting up libraries to hold documents
What is a site column?
What is a content type?
Adding them to a document library
Remove a content types
Change sorting/filtering of a library
Folder use - How and when to use
Why is version control useful and when should it be used?
The version control traps
How to view past versions of documents
How to restore an earlier version of a document
Check-in/check-out means what?
See what documents you have checked out
Sending emails to document libraries
Colligo for email drag and drop
Managing your documents
View properties of a document
View/add notes to a document
Creating document library views. Editing, deleting & moving documents
Edit the properties of a document
Delete a document
Recover a document
Creating and uploading documents
Send a link to a document by e-mail
Download a document to your computer
What they are
When to use them
Setting up & using document sets
Publishing and sharing information
Manage your templates, forms, and FAQs. Add lists, blogs, wikis and reference documents.
Creating custom Lists
Create a new list
Change the sorting/filtering of a list
Switch list views
Export the contents of a list to Excel
Import from Excel to a custom list
Working with list items
Create and publish list items
View/ edit properties of a list items
Add, edit, or delete items with the datasheet view
Check in and check out a list item
View/add notes to a list item
See lists and libraries in any site with iWorkplace™ Flexi Viewer
Getting the list settings right
Rename a list or change its description
Change the versioning settings
Templates and forms
iWorkplace™ Template Central
Introduction to InfoPath Forms
View a Microsoft InfoPath Form
Wikis and blogs
Using wikis to manage your FAQs
Enhancing wiki functionality using
Setting up a knowledge base
Setting up a blog
Rating and annotating content via My Sites
Working with others - Collaboration and project sites
SharePoint makes it easy to share documents and information with others. Use the 2010 and new 2013 web 2.0 tools to direct colleagues to information that they might find valuable. Think Facebook for the Corporate Environment!
Tag a document, list item, or page
Tag an external site
What are alerts?
Approvals and workflow
Approve or reject filesApprove or reject list items
See what files or list items are waiting for your approval workflow
Managing your project
Gantt charts in SharePoint
Issues and risk registers
iWorkplace™ Flexiviewer for ‘all in one’ views
Setting up a meeting workspace
Creating and running a discussion group
Announcements, calendars and surveys
Search and Findability
SharePoint 2013 introduces new findability options. Explore the different ways you can configure SharePoint to make it easy for users to find what they need.
Metadata tree structures
An overview of managed metadata and the term store - when to use and when to avoid
Helping users find what they want
Audience targeting settings
Metadata navigation settings
Per-location view settings
Rating & "Like" settings
New options in SharePoint 2013
Term store driven navigation
The new FAST search tools
Security, permissions and user administration
Appropriate security and permissions give users the confidence and trust to work with SharePoint. Understand the ‘behind the scenes’ actions necessary to set up security and permissions and to conduct user administration
List and library permissions
Change a user’s permissions
See what permissions are set
File or list item level permissions
See who is a member of a SharePoint group
Adding people to groups
User & site administration
View site libraries and lists
View sites and workspaces
Check user alerts
Manage RSS feeds
Managing the term store
“By far the most beneficial SharePoint training I have had"
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Master IM in Information Systems; BA
Paddy is an information management specialist. Her work includes taxonomy development, retention and desposal schedule design, Public Records Act audits and change management.
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Chrissie has developed significant expertise in business analysis for SharePoint. This expertise focuses on the provision of enterprise wide solutions to support filing and finding, compliance and intranet technologies.
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Kristy has significant experience leading design and implementation projects for SharePoint for document management and intranet across commercial, government, council and education sectors
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