1 - Getting Started with SharePoint 2016
Exploring SharePoint 2016 Site Collection and Site Administrator RolesDefining SharePoint TerminologyNavigating a SharePoint SiteInteracting with the RibbonCreating and Editing Basic ContentWhat is Metadata?Versions of SharePointStandardEnterpriseO365
2 - Building a Site Collection with Apps
The Structure of SharePointCreating a SiteWhat does a site template come with?Defining SharePoint AppsCustomizing Lists and LibrariesCreating/Managing Lists and Libraries through SharePoint DesignerExplaining Views on Lists and LibrariesCreating Views in Lists and LibrariesModifying NavigationTurning Site Features On/OffReorganizing a Site using Site Content and Structure featureLab 1: Creating a Structured Company PortalLab 2: Creating a List Using SharePoint Designer (Optional)
3 - Creating Consistency across Sites
Defining Site ColumnsDefining Content TypesImplementing a TaxonomyUsing Templates to Promote ConsistencyLab 1: Creating Site Columns and Content TypesLab 2: Implementing a TaxonomyLab 3: Configuring the Content Organizer
4 - SharePoint Permissions
Explaining Permissions and Security in SharePointCreating SharePoint GroupsManaging Permissions within SharePointSharing versus Traditional Security Sharing as different permission levelsLab 1: Managing Permissions in SharePoint
5 - Working with Pages and Web Parts
Changing the Appearance of the PortalEditing a Pagewikiweb partWorking with Web Parts and App PartsApp PartsContent Search Web PartRelevant DocumentsContent queryTable of ContentsPicturesWeb Part ConnectionsFilter web partsWeb parts with Targeting AudienceLab 1: Adding and Configuring Web PartsLab 2: Connecting Web PartsLab 3: Applying Themes to Your Company Portal
6 - Document and Records Management
Basic Content ApprovalVersioningCheck In/OutHoldsRetention PolicyDocument IDContent OrganizerCompliance Policy Center Site TemplateEDiscoveryRecords CenterLab 1: Working with Advanced Document Management FeaturesLab 2: Leveraging Records Management to Preserve Data
7 - Workflow
AlertsOut of the Box WorkflowActivating Workflow FeaturesApproval WorkflowCreating a Workflow in SharePoint DesignerLab 1: Creating an Approval Workflow from SharePointLab 2: Creating a Custom Workflow in SharePoint Designer (Optional)
8 - Office Integration
OutlookCalendarContactsExcelWordPowerPointOneDrive for BusinessOneNoteAccessLab 1: Importing and Exporting Excel Data with SharePointLab 2: Linking Outlook and SharePoint
9 - Creating Publishing Sites
Why use a publishing site?Publishing PagesEnabling Web Content ManagementManaging the Structure of Web ContentNavigating a Site Using Managed MetadataLab 1: Creating a Rich Publishing SitLab 2: Configuring a Publishing Approval ProcessLab 3: Implementing a Managed Navigation Site
10 - Bridging the Social Gap
My SitesConfiguring Social Features in SharePointPosts, Tags and MentionsCreating a Community SiteLab 1: Designing a Social Experience in SharePoint 2016Lab 2: Creating a Community Site
11 - Finding Information Using Search
Exploring the Search Features in SharePointConfiguring Search SettingsSearch AnalyticsSearch VisibilityLab 1: Configuring an Advanced Search Center
12 - Planning a Company Portal Using SharePoint
Defining SharePoint GovernanceWorking with Information ArchitectureImplementing Site HierarchiesDiscussing the Execution of Governance
13 - Site Collection Administrator Settings
Exploring Settings for Site Collection AdministratorsExploring Settings for Site AdministratorsSite Closure Policies
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
This course is intended for those who provide site collection and site administration and are power users or IT professionals who are tasked with supporting or working within the SharePoint 2016 environment on premise and/or in Office 365.
Windows client operating system - either Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10
Microsoft Office 2007, Office 2010, Office 2013, or Office 2016
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or later, or similar web browser
It is recommended students have familiarity with previous versions of SharePoint, though it is not a required prerequisite.