10-11-2017 01:58 PM
10-11-2017 01:58 PM
Want to introduce your employees to the newest updates in SharePoint Online? At office.com/training, there are 3 new SharePoint Online training courses to help users get up and running. Whether you're onboarding employees or showing them the latest features, these training videos cover basic tasks in SharePoint Online, like how to create and share files in a document library, explore your team site, add or remove a news post, and sync SharePoint files and folders.
Watch this video to see an overview of the training courses:
10-13-2017 02:01 PM
Big praise coming from the master of Plain and Simple SharePoint! :)
Let me know how you plan to use these and what we can do to improve.
10-13-2017 05:51 PM
10-16-2017 09:13 AMSolution
10-19-2017 05:51 AM
10-19-2017 03:38 PM
Thanks for letting me know, @Geoffrey Bronner
It's great to hear you're actively measuring training consumption internally.
11-01-2017 07:31 PM
11-03-2017 01:17 AM
11-03-2017 09:39 AM
11-03-2017 09:40 AM
Thanks for watching and reporting back @Sunny Rajpal!
That's the exact audience we're targeting with these videos.
11-03-2017 03:10 PM
I'd like to find a video (or two) that shows all of the features of a document library - JUST a document library. The video for "Create and share files in a library" has the upload and share functions, but I want to see more on the details pane, views and copy/move.
We're migrating our classic libraries to the modern view and want to give users a quick tutorial on the changes. I can't find anything that fits my need - even on Youtube.
11-03-2017 03:35 PM
Excellent idea. Thanks for the suggestion!
By the way, these aren't in video format, but let me know if they help:
01-24-2018 03:23 AM
Any plans to add an Embed code to sharing options - so these videos can be added to Modern pages using the Embed webpart ? Currently this is failing using "Copy Link"
01-25-2018 09:55 AM
I love the suggestion. It is possible to embed the videos a different way. If you're interested, I can share the detailed steps.
01-25-2018 11:03 AM
I'm building an Office 365 Adoption site using a SharePoint Communication Site and want each major app page to reference these videos. The simpler and cleaner I make this look, the better for the end user.
01-26-2018 03:55 PM
For videos like the one above, you can use the youtube link to embed. For others, I may have more to share soon.
01-30-2018 09:03 AM - edited 01-30-2018 09:12 AM
Quick, and maybe, a silly question. I am creating a website for a government entity (county) here in Virginia. Is it legal to either embed a Microsoft video from a site (e.g., https://support.office.com)/ embed a video from Office 365 Video? My guess is yes, since MS videos are for public consumption, but thought it prudent to ask. Also, what about graphics, logos, screenshots, steps, etc. that accompany the videos? The easy way was to just write a blurb on a webpage and point to a office.com training page for a particular video, but thought it better to have folks see the "quick and dirty" on my site, rather than trying to search through mulitple quick start videos. I pick the ones that my intended audience needs and ignore those they do not need. Thoughts?
P.S. The website is an Office 365 Training website.
01-30-2018 09:17 AM
01-30-2018 09:32 AM
Thanks, Tom. I am trying not to "copy" everything, but I take some ideas from here and there--some folks like to watch the videos and some like to read the steps. Each site page contains both. Love to get general FAQs on Delve, Skype for Business, OneDrive, Outlook (Focused Inbox/Clutter), and SharePoint. For example, when in Delve, there is no way to delete my Recent Documents. I would hate to give a wrong answer (can't delete), when there may be a solution!
01-30-2018 11:19 AM
A link to the video on support.office.com sounds like it would be better than an embed, in that case.
01-30-2018 11:22 AM
There is a Delve FAQ. Probably better to summarize and link to it rather than copy, as the articles on support.office.com will be kept up to date as the service changes over time.