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If you began using Microsoft SharePoint before April 2019, your root site was created as a classic team site. While the new sites you have created since then have been modern, your root site will still have the same classic look and feel. While you might be more familiar with the classic version, this experience does not allow you to use your root site as a hub site or as the main landing page of your Intranet. Thankfully, SharePoint now offers you several different ways that you can modernize your root site.
SharePoint sites are very useful portals for your teams to collaborate and share information. To make work easier for people, Microsoft has made great features available for its users. Using featured links in a SharePoint home page is one way to make it easier for your team members to get to the desired site and start doing what they want immediately. In this blog, you will learn how to feature the sites and content of choice on a SharePoint home page.
The change from Classic to Modern SharePoint improved a lot of things. It was an inevitable change and it made everything better and wonderful. The best thing was that the users need no third-party apps or custom development to do tasks like creating a news feed in SharePoint. From that point, SharePoint News options have grown a lot. They are now in a mighty state which allows you to accomplish a lot more goals. Let’s give you a better insight into Modern SharePoint News Highlights.
Modern experience in SharePoint is created to be flexible, mobile and compelling. When compared with the classic SharePoint sites, the modern sites are featuring better functionality along with a beautifully designed new interface. If you are already having a lot of SharePoint Classic sites, it will be a good idea to transform them to Modern Office 365 group-connected site. The following steps will let you accomplish this goal with ease.