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SharePoint 103 Online - Configuring SharePoint 2016 for Application Use

Duration: 2 Days
Course Price: $990

Course Overview

Over two days, this instructor-led training course focuses on configuring site templates and features to turn SharePoint sites into functional applications. As a platform, SharePoint Online can implement a variety of technologies to meet organizational needs; This class provides the insight into what additional configurations may be required to successfully meet those challenges.


Audience

This training course is intended for professionals with experience using SharePoint.


Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:

  • Site User (SP Online – 101) and Power User (SP Online 102) course is recommended.
  • Understanding of SharePoint sites.
  • Previous experience using SharePoint, including navigating sites and uploading documents.


Outline

Module 1: Understanding SharePoint Application Areas

  • Examining SharePoint Applications
  • Describing Elements of Site Applications
  • Configuring Simple Site Applications

Module 2: Configuring Document Management

  • Understanding Document Management
  • Identifying and Managing Metadata
  • Using Content Organization
  • Using Document Centers

Module 3: Configuring Records Management

  • Understanding Records Management
  • Using In-Place Records
  • Using Records Centers
  • Working with Retention Policies
  • Understanding eDiscovery and Holds

Module 4: Configuring Web Content Management

  • Understanding Web Content Management
  • Working with Simple Web Content
  • Understanding Master Pages and Page Layouts
  • Using Publishing Sites
  • Using Web Publishing Pages
  • Using Content Variations

Module 5: Configuring Intranet Portals

  • Examining Collaboration Portals
  • Using Portal Web Parts
  • Creating Navigation Tools
  • Configuring Content Targeting
  • Managing Content and Structure

Module 6: Configuring Search Centers

  • Examining the Search Center
  • Using Search Web Parts
  • Creating Search Applications
  • Configuring Keywords

Module 7: Configuring Report Centers

  • Examining the Report Center
  • Creating Report Libraries
  • Creating Data Connection Libraries
  • Configuring Business Solutions
  • Using Business Data
  • Working with Filter Web Parts

Course Overview

Over two days, this instructor-led training course focuses on configuring site templates and features to turn SharePoint sites into functional applications. As a platform, SharePoint Online can implement a variety of technologies to meet organizational needs; This class provides the insight into what additional configurations may be required to successfully meet those challenges.


Audience

This training course is intended for professionals with experience using SharePoint.


Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:

  • Site User (SP Online – 101) and Power User (SP Online 102) course is recommended.
  • Understanding of SharePoint sites.
  • Previous experience using SharePoint, including navigating sites and uploading documents.


Outline

Module 1: Understanding SharePoint Application Areas

  • Examining SharePoint Applications
  • Describing Elements of Site Applications
  • Configuring Simple Site Applications

Module 2: Configuring Document Management

  • Understanding Document Management
  • Identifying and Managing Metadata
  • Using Content Organization
  • Using Document Centers

Module 3: Configuring Records Management

  • Understanding Records Management
  • Using In-Place Records
  • Using Records Centers
  • Working with Retention Policies
  • Understanding eDiscovery and Holds

Module 4: Configuring Web Content Management

  • Understanding Web Content Management
  • Working with Simple Web Content
  • Understanding Master Pages and Page Layouts
  • Using Publishing Sites
  • Using Web Publishing Pages
  • Using Content Variations

Module 5: Configuring Intranet Portals

  • Examining Collaboration Portals
  • Using Portal Web Parts
  • Creating Navigation Tools
  • Configuring Content Targeting
  • Managing Content and Structure

Module 6: Configuring Search Centers

  • Examining the Search Center
  • Using Search Web Parts
  • Creating Search Applications
  • Configuring Keywords

Module 7: Configuring Report Centers

  • Examining the Report Center
  • Creating Report Libraries
  • Creating Data Connection Libraries
  • Configuring Business Solutions
  • Using Business Data
  • Working with Filter Web Parts
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