Sharing Content & Using Boards in Delve 2020

Delve 2020    |    Beginner
  • 8 videos | 31m 47s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
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In order to help your team's collaboration, you can share your Delve content in different ways. In this course, you will see how to send links from the app, how to share a document with a colleague, and also how to share and view OneDrive documents from Delve. You will also learn how to organize your files into boards, which means that you'll be able to create boards and add documents to them. Finally, you'll see how to find, open and share boards in Delve.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Discover the key concepts in sharing content & using boards in this delve course
    Send links by email or by copying and pasting them
    Share a document in order to collaborate
    Share and view documents
  • Create boards to organize content
    Add documents to a board
    Find your boards and open them
    Share a board and view a contact's board

IN THIS COURSE

  • 45s
    This video outlines the key content covered in the Sharing Content & Using Boards in Delve course, including how to send links and share documents with your colleagues, view and share OneDrive documents from Delve, how to create, add documents and find boards in Delve, and finally, how to manage and share those boards with your colleagues. FREE ACCESS
  • 4m 11s
    When sending links to documents from Delve, you can only share them with people in your organization. You can send links via email or using another communication service. The people you share the link with, will be able to open it from any of their other email or social network accounts, if they have an Office 365 account. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Sharing a document with a colleague in Delve 2020
    5m 31s
    In Delve, all of your documents are private until you choose to share them. If you want to collaborate on a document with your colleagues, you need to make sure to share it with them first. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Sharing and viewing documents from Delve 2020
    4m 53s
    In order to be able to see your most recent and relevant content in Delve, you and your colleagues need to share documents from another Office 365 application like OneDrive or SharePoint. Once the documents have been uploaded and shared, you can view them directly from Delve. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Creating boards in Delve 2020
    4m 11s
    In Delve, you can use the board feature to easily organize and access certain documents that you want to bookmark. Each board has a title, and you can add as many documents to it as you like, whether they be your personal documents or shared documents. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Adding a document to a board in Delve 2020
    4m 28s
    In Delve, you can create boards, which group together documents that deal with the same topic or theme. You can add as many documents as you like to the board, and you can even add the same document to several boards. Once you add a document to a board, you can view it in the Favorites section, remove it from the board or move it to a different board. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Finding and opening your boards in Delve 2020
    3m 37s
    Once you have started creating boards in Delve, you need to know how to find them. In this video, you will see the different ways to easily access and find your boards that you have created. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Sharing a board in Delve 2020
    4m 11s
    In general, boards that you create in Delve can be viewed by anyone in your network. However, if you want to share a specific board with someone or several people, you can share it with them by emailing a link. In this video, you will also see how to view a contact's boards. FREE ACCESS

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