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Office 365 Team Site and initial sign in page for portal.microsoft.com

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Hello,

 

Couple of things.

 

1. Can the portal homepage be modified? I ask this becuase the office web documents save all documents on the one folder, i would like seperate folders for each app. e,g, Word Docs, Excel Docs etc rather than just Documents.

 

2. I've made a complete mess of Sharepoint breaking the create office web app buttons on the front portal page. This was mainly due to my inexperience with sharepoint and deleted many things and emptied the recycle bin. Can the team site be restored to its original default state as when the trail first started?

 

Thanks

 

Paul Devine

 

 

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  • Hi Paul,

     

    For your first question, the sign in Home page for portal.microsoft.com is set without modifying action.

    You may send feedback about your concern for this with the following link:

    <mymfe.microsoft.com/Microsoft Online Services/Feedback.aspx?formID=210>

     

    For your second question, you might be able to re-create a Team Site by following the steps below:

    1.Sign in to the Office 365 portal.

    2.Browse to the Site Settings page of the root site collection. To do this, type the URL of the Site Settings page of the root site collection in the web browser. For example, type one of the following URLs:

     For the Office 365 for professionals and small businesses default domain, type   https://YOURDOMAIN.sharepoint.com/_layouts/settings.aspx

    (Please change YOURDOMAIN to your own domain name)

     For the Office 365 for professionals and small businesses custom domain, type     https://www.YOURDOMAIN.com/_layouts/settings.aspx

    3.Browse to the All Site Content page. To do this, click All Site Content. Or, type the URL of the All Site Content page in the web browser. For example, type one of the following URLs:
      Office 365 for professionals and small businesses default domain, type   https://YOURDOMAIN.sharepoint.com/_layouts/viewlsts.aspx
      Office 365 for professionals and small businesses custom domain, type   https://www.YOURDOMAIN.com/_layouts/viewlsts.aspx

    4.Click Create, and then click Site in the navigation pane on the left side.

    5.Click Express Team Site.

    6.In the Title box, enter a title for the site, and then type TeamSite in the URL name box.

    7.Click More options.

    8.In the Permissions area, under User Permissions, click Use unique permissions.

     Note: Step 8 prevents anonymous access on the new site.

    9.Click Create.

    10.Select the site permissions that you want to configure, and then click OK, thus a new Team Site will be created.

     

    Here is a link for your reference:

    support.microsoft.com/.../2547833

     

    Thanks,

    Anna Guo

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