SharePoint (Modern Sites) - Create a SharePoint site Tutorial

Discover how to create a SharePoint site for effective collaboration and document management. As the IT Manager of a new company, learn how to use the Microsoft SharePoint homepage to create and store documents. Start boosting productivity today!

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I am part of a new company and I have
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been appointed role as the IT Manager.
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In order to work with my colleagues,
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I wish to go ahead and create a SharePoint
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site on which we will be able to store
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all of our documents and work on them.
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To do so, I'm going to stand by go to the
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Microsoft SharePoint homepage and use
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from the top left the Create Site button.
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Please note if you do not see
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this button it simply means that.
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In your organization they have
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disabled that button.
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Please refer to your IT teams
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to For more information.
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Two choices I offered to me.
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I can either create a team
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site or a communication site.
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The team site will be more to create a
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space to collaborate with the team and
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it will create a Microsoft 365 group.
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IEA teams, a planner,
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OneNote notebook, and a shared inbox.
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A communication site, on the other hand,
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will mostly be to share some information
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that will engage a broad audience.
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For this example,
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I need a team site for my IT colleagues.
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From here I can choose a template
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either from Microsoft or a template
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uploaded by my own organization.
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Let's choose a standard team template.
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Here is what is included in a template.
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Everything seems fine to me.
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I will be using this one.
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This will be the IT team site.
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I can add a description,
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it is not mandatory.
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I can change a group e-mail address and I
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can also change the end of the site address.
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Everything is fine in this example.
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I can change the privacy settings in private.
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Only the members will be able
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to access this site.
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In public,
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anyone in my organization can access it.
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This one will be private and also in English.
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Be careful,
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you cannot change the language later.
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I'm going to go ahead and create the site.
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Why the site is being created?
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I can start adding members
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and I will be adding amory.
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And I don't think for now
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Frederick will be a member.
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And Amory will be the
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second owner of that site.
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A good practice is to always
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have two different owners.
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That way we have a backup piece.
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I or he is sick, absent or anything.
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We can click on finish,
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the users are being added and
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here I am on my IT team site.

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