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The Grid User Post blog series will expose some of The Grid's best content to the entire Office 365 Community. Our latest post is a quick tip from Jennifer Mason. You can view the original post here.
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By: Jennifer Mason
In this blog post I wanted to cover some of the basic options you have for working with different types of content on your SharePoint site. The example solution that I will be covering is a Marketing Intranet site that contains shared files that can be used and accessed by internal employees. Basically the site is a repository of content that users access as needed. Here is a screenshot of the solution home page.
The solution includes several main components, including:
In this series I am going to create a post that covers each of the items referenced above and then a closing post that discusses some tips for site design and layout. The purpose of this series is to spark some ideas of different ways that you can organize and store different types of content. All the solutions I will be presenting are out of the box items. I find that these features are often overlooked, so I think it is very important to cover them in detail so that everyone is aware of the different things that can be done out of the box.
As I complete the additional items in the series I will be sure to update the links in the table below so that they are easily accessible from one location. If all goes well, I hope to have this series completed in the next week or so.
SharePoint Online within Office 365: An Example Intranet Site for a Marketing Department - Part 1
SharePoint Online within Office 365: An Example Intranet Site for a Marketing Department- Storing Images - Part 2
SharePoint Online within Office 365: An Example Intranet Site for a Marketing Department- Slide Library - Part 3
SharePoint Online within Office 365: An Example Intranet Site for a Marketing Department- Marketing Brochures - Part 4
SharePoint Online within Office 365: An Example Intranet Site for a Marketing Department- Marketing Discussions - Part 5
SharePoint Online within Office 365: An Example Intranet Site for a Marketing Department- Marketing Video - Part 6
SharePoint Online within Office 365: An Example Intranet Site for a Marketing Department- Site Design Tips & Tricks - Part 7
I have selected several of the links above and I can only see the very top portion of the pages that they lead to. It looks like there should be more, but I cannot scroll down to see what ever it is. Is there somewhere else I can go to view these pages?