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How to Set Up Metadata Navigation for SharePoint List and Libraries

Visibility and discoverability of content should be high to achieve the purpose of your content. Microsoft SharePoint is fantastic in creating, storing, sharing, and collaborating content with your team. In general, search, filter, and description are some of the factors we use to let our content reach its desired audience effortlessly. You can find similar options in SharePoint too. Metadata is a major element we mostly depend on the platform to make our content easily findable. We have already done a blog that explains the best ways to manage SharePoint Metadata. It tells you how to use metadata in SharePoint. Let us now talk about metadata navigation and how to set it up for SharePoint List and Libraries. 

Column Types in SharePoint List and Library Explained

List and Library in Microsoft SharePoint come with different characteristics and capabilities. They make it easier for users to store, access and manage data effectively. Lists can include a wide variety of items such as photos, links, users, dates, and many more items. Document libraries get created and added to a SharePoint Site automatically when it is created but Lists are not created by default. You can create and add lists whenever you require.

10 Simple Ways to Make the Most of SharePoint Anytime

Microsoft is world-renowned for its brilliant productivity tools and solutions. Office 365 tools are one of the best set of tools available for businesses and organizations to assure communication and collaboration facilities. Many organizations today are getting Microsoft Office 365 to get their hands to tools like Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. However, some of them are unaware of the fact that they are getting an even more powerful platform like SharePoint along with it. Even though the main purpose of the platform is to share documents across the organization and collaborate on it with multiple users, there is a lot more to be explored, and its capabilities are astonishing.

10 Major Questions About Document Co-Authoring in SharePoint Answered

Microsoft SharePoint is a wonderful platform that lets people work together seamlessly. It can create and manage portals, sites, and documents in the most favorable ways in which users can collaborate and produce great results. Document co-authoring is a much popular and useful facility offered by SharePoint and people use it in all kinds of ways to get work done with ease. Understanding the basics as well as exceptions in Document Co-authoring in SharePoint is important to make the most of this wonderful capability. We have answers for the top 10 questions about document co-authoring in SharePoint. Let us unfold those questions for you to work with added productivity from now.

7 Tips for Managing Document Libraries in SharePoint Online

SharePoint Online is one of the best tools around for storing, managing, and accessing documents. If offers a wide range of options for organizing your files to suit your needs. However, while there's a lot you can do, there are several things that you should consider when it comes to your document libraries. So, to help you out, we put together a list of 7 tips that you can use for managing your document libraries in SharePoint Online.

How to Create an Organization Assets Library in SharePoint

Storage of documents, files, images, videos, and other media assets of your organization is a critical matter that needs to be considered seriously. Every organization will have certain guidelines, policies, and codes set up to ensure that all such media files have uniformity and they meet the same level of quality and features. To make this a reality, businesses define organization assets. Different variations of Company Logos, brand colors, document templates, etc. are some of the most common assets companies provide to their employees to get it right. Storing these corporate media in a centralized location is essential to make it easily available for everyone in your organization. Microsoft SharePoint is one of the best collaboration platforms available out there today for businesses, and they have established a perfect solution to cover this important requirement. Organization Assets Library in SharePoint lets you save all important corporate media in one place, and your team can easily access it while they are adding modern web parts, choosing thumbnails, etc.

A Basic Guide to Document Templates in SharePoint Online

If there's one thing that SharePoint is great at, it's helping you streamline your work. One area of work that we would all love to streamline is the document creation process. Luckily for us, SharePoint Online gives you the ability to do that through the use of Document Templates. With that said, let's take a look at what document templates are in SharePoint Online and how you can create and modify them.

How Schools and Universities Can Benefit From Using a Document Management System

Every academic institution from public schools to universities need to be able to store their documents securely. Many schools work with hundreds to thousands of kids each year. Managing such a huge volume of documents can be time-consuming and potentially disorganized. Solely using physical storage has a wide array or risks and potential drawbacks. Because of that, we recommend switching over to a document management system. Educational institutions stand to see plenty of benefits for using one.

A Basic Guide to SharePoint Indexing and Crawling

SharePoint is a fantastic tool for businesses to organize and manage their files. Thanks to the power of Microsoft Search, users have the ability to comb through whatever number of files your organization has and find exactly what they’re looking for. However, this only works if your content is properly crawled and indexed. It’s okay if you don’t know what that means – most users don’t. By the end of this guide, you should have a solid understanding of SharePoint crawling and indexing so you can take full advantage of everything SharePoint Online has to offer your business.

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