Creating a Team Site in SharePoint Online

SharePoint Online    |    Beginner
  • 11 videos | 49m 30s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
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SharePoint allows teams to work collectively to achieve better efficiency. In this 11-video course, recorded in a SharePoint Online environment, learners can explore team sites, and discover how to add features, create site and Web Part pages, add content, customize site headers, edit links and use the Recycle Bin. Begin the course by learning how to create a team site, which is a useful way of centralizing your work and encouraging collaboration between team members. Explore how to edit a team site, manage site information and content. Learn how to identify and use site pages. Create a news post, so you can publish news to your team site; add features, or create a wiki page. Also create a Web Part page, which combines apps, different content types, and pooled data. Learn how to add content to your site; customize a site header or image, and edit site links. The course concludes by showing learners how to use the team site Recycle Bin.


  • Create a team site
    Edit a team site
    Identify and use site pages
    Create a news post
    Add features to the team site
    Create a wiki page
  • Create a web part page
    Add content to a site
    Customize a site image
    Edit site links
    Use the team site recycle bin


  • 5m 32s
    If you're organizing a department or are managing a special project, you may find creating a team site a useful way of centralizing your work and encouraging collaboration between your team members. FREE ACCESS
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    Once you've created or have admin access to a site you can mange the site information and content. See how to edit the site details such as the site logo and how to access and manage the site settings menu for your Team Site. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Using site pages in SharePoint Online
    3m 52s
    Your SharePoint team site is made up of a number of different libraries, lists, apps and pages. If you want to organize and edit your site pages, you are going to need to know how to use the page library. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Creating a news post in SharePoint Online
    6m 27s
    With SharePoint your can read as well as publish news to your communication and team sites. See how to find the latest news as well as create and publish a news post. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Adding features to your team site in SharePoint Online
    3m 23s
    You will find when setting up your team site on SharePoint that by default some of the features and applications are deactivated. If you want to add new apps and functionalities to your team site, you can activate these features via your site's settings menu. This is also the place to go if you want to disable any tools that you no longer use. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Creating a wiki page in SharePoint Online
    5m 52s
    In SharePoint, you can create two types of pages for your team site: wiki pages, and Web Part pages. A wiki page is made up mostly of text and is designed to help you create guides or informative pages that can be edited quickly and easily. Once you have created a wiki page, you can edit it via your site's pages library. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Creating a Web Part page in SharePoint Online
    4m 3s
    The second type of page available in SharePoint is the Web Part page. These pages, which combine apps, different content types and pooled data, do not work in the same way as wiki pages. They are however still accessed from the same location: your site's pages library. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Adding content to your site in SharePoint Online
    3m 35s
    Once you have created pages on your SharePoint site, you can begin to add content. To do this, you will need to know how to use the edit mode. Once the edit mode has been activated, you can insert different types of content, including text, images, multimedia and even embedded app resources. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Customizing a site header in SharePoint Online
    4m 18s
    Your team site header contains the site title, company logo or brand image and a description. In SharePoint, you can customize this area, change the site title and description, and even upload your own logo. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Editing your site links in SharePoint Online
    3m 14s
    The navigation links in your SharePoint team site are used to move from one location to another. By default, there are two main link areas on your site: the Quick Launch shortcut sidebar, and the Top Links navigation bar. Both of these can be customized: you can add new links, remove links you no longer need, and even change the display order of your existing links. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Using the team site Recycle Bin in SharePoint Online
    3m 5s
    Items - such as documents, apps, and site pages - that you no longer need on SharePoint can be removed and sent to the Recycle Bin. This is where anything that has been deleted is stored before it is permanently removed. If something has been accidently deleted, you can very quickly restore the item to its original location from this area. You can also use the Recycle Bin to permanently delete files and remove them from your SharePoint platform. FREE ACCESS


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