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Is SharePoint Worth the Training Time? (Hint: Yes!)


So you've been asked to implement and use SharePoint. But what makes it better than simply using a shared folder? The answer: Engagement.

The No. 1 reason SharePoint implementations fail is lack of engagement. However, engagement is also the reason SharePoint succeeds. Engagement not only ensures quality content, but ongoing use helps to uncover new opportunities to improve productivity and processes. One of the best features of SharePoint 2010 and 2013 is the way it permits co-authoring. Co-authoring means more than one person is in a document, workbook or presentation at the same time, editing different parts. It works differently in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

But co-authoring and managing SharePoint projects can be confusing at first, even though the payoffs are big. That's why we're pleased to share our free Special Report, Mastering SharePoint 2013: Navigate, Interact and Collaborate with Ease. (If you have SharePoint 2010, you can also use the information in this valuable report.)

SharePoint is the way that modern, highly interactive teams collaborate. Put an end to "Where's that file?" and "Did you update that folder?" and "We're not all on the same page!" Plus, learn how to:

  • Make sure only certain people can see draft documents.
  • Get a list to appear in a certain order. Plus, what to do if you can't find the option to create a new Library or List.
  • Resolve what to do when two people get into a co-authored document at the same time. Learn how to track changes, smooth conflicts, etc.
  • Delete a List or Library.

Mastering SharePoint 2013We think you'll enjoy both the tips and screenshots included. Here is the link to your free downloadable copy.

The trainers at Business Management Daily are experts in providing practical office tech tips and actionable advice. We hope you enjoy this latest offering and find it applicable to your own job.


Paul Legrady

Paul Legrady, Director

P.S. This downloadable Special Report is our gift to you. Feel free to share it with others in your organization who would benefit from these practical tips in getting the most out of SharePoint.

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