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55197: Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 for the Site Owner/Power User Training


What 55197: Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 for the Site Owner/Power User training is all about?

The 2-day course by Microtek Learning is meant for power users and information workers serving as Site Collection Admins or SharePoint Site Owners as well as students wanting to learn how to manage the team collaboration, document and Microsoft SharePoint 2016’s social features. The class enhances 20339-1 course by providing the foundation of site collection management and permissions to IT professionals.

Schedule

Contact us to customize this class with your preferred dates, times and location. You can call us on 1-800-961-0337 or Chat with our representative.

What are the course objectives for 55197: Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 for the Site Owner/Power User training?
  • Managing Sites and Site Collections
  • Learning to manage the site, folder, list, folder, and item security, and add users and groups.
  • Adding and configuring web parts
  • Configuring site options such as theme, title, description and even icon
  • Configuring site navigation
  • Viewing activity reports of site
  • Customizing lists and libraries
  • Configuring Check-in/out, Content Approval and Versioning
  • Creating and modifying pages and web parts
Who should attend 55197: Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 for the Site Owner/Power User training?

The two-day class is suitable for SharePoint Site Collection Admins, Site Owners, power users, and Admins and Developers.

What is the course outline for 55197: Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 for the Site Owner/Power User training?
  • 1. The Role of the Site Owner
  • a). The Role of the Site Owner
  • b). Work Areas for Site Owners
  • c). Browser Support
  • d). Resources
  • e). Lab: NA
  • 2. Users, Groups and Permissions
  • a). SharePoint Security
  • b). Users and Groups
  • c). Permission Levels
  • d). Inheritance
  • e). Adding and Removing Users
  • f). Creating SharePoint Groups
  • g). Creating Custom Permission Levels
  • h). List and Library Permissions
  • i). Checking Permissions
  • j). SharePoint Security Best Practices
  • k). Lab: Users, Groups and Permissions
  • 3. Site and Site Collection Features
  • a). SharePoint Features
  • b). Features for Site Owners
  • c). Features for Site Collection Administrators
  • d). Lab: Site and Site Collection Features
  • 4. Managing Sites and Pages
  • a). Creating Subsites
  • b). Deleting Subsites
  • c). Changing the Look and Feel
  • d). Site Navigation
  • e). Save Site as Template
  • f). Search Visibility for the Site
  • g). Creating Pages
  • h). Working with Web Parts
  • i). Lab: Managing Sites and Pages
  • 5. Working with Lists and Libraries
  • a). Creating Lists and Libraries
  • b). Deleting Lists and Libraries
  • c). List Settings
  • d). Viewing Files using Office Online Server
  • e). Content Approval
  • f). Folders
  • g). Search Visibility
  • h). List and Library Versioning Options
  • i). Checking Documents Out and In
  • j). Adding and Configuring Columns
  • k). Column and Item Validation
  • l). Creating Lists by Importing Excel Files
  • m). Creating and Modifying Views
  • n). Lab: Working with Lists and Libraries
  • 6. Monitoring Site Activity
  • a). SharePoint Reporting
  • b). Storage Metrics
  • c). Popularity Trends
  • d). Search Reports
  • e). Lab: NA
  • 7. SharePoint Apps and Add-ins (Optional)
  • a). What is an App?
  • b). What is an Add-in?
  • c). Working with Add-ins
  • d). Adding Add-ins
  • e). The SharePoint Store
  • f). The App Catalog
  • g). Lab: SharePoint Add-ins