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SharePoint 2013 New Features

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Overview

Dive in and explore what's new in SharePoint 2013, including enhancements to social networking, sharing, libraries, templates, and search.

Dive in and explore what's new in SharePoint 2013. Author Gini Courter covers the new features and the enhancements to sharing, libraries, templates, and search. Plus, discover how the social networking features have been updated to include microblogging and newsfeed options. The course also includes a look at using SkyDrive Pro, managing rich media, and using new business intelligence features.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Welcome
  • Understanding SharePoint 2013 products
  • Using the new interface
1. What's New with Social Networking
  • Viewing your newsfeed page
  • Following people, documents, and sites
  • Microblogging in SharePoint
  • Editing your profile
  • Viewing the sites page
  • Keeping track of your tasks
2. What's New with Sharing
  • Using your SkyDrive for private documents
  • Sharing documents, libraries, and sites
3. What's New with Libraries and Lists
  • Managing documents with the callout feature
  • Moving files with drag and drop
  • Syncing libraries to your computer using SkyDrive Pro
  • Introducing apps for SharePoint
  • Creating lists on the fly
  • Managing and playing videos
4. What's New with Templates and Web Content Management
  • Exploring new and retired site templates
  • Authoring web content
  • What's new with compliance
  • Exploring new design features
  • Creating a community site
5. What's New with Search
  • Using new search features
  • Using the Content Search Web Part
  • Promoting a result with query rules
6. Other New Features
  • What's new with workflows
  • What's new with business intelligence
Conclusion
  • Goodbye

Taught by

Gini von Courter

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