Set up SharePoint Syntex
Admins can use the Microsoft 365 admin center to set up Microsoft SharePoint Syntex.
Consider the following before you start:
- Which SharePoint sites will you enable form processing? All of them, some, or select sites?
- What will you name of your default content center?
You can change your settings after initial setup in the Microsoft 365 admin center.
Prior to setup, make sure to plan for the best way to set up and configure content understanding in your environment. For example, you need to make considerations about the following names of:
- The SharePoint sites that you want to enable form processing - all of them, some, or selected sites
- Your content center and the name of the primary site admin
You must have Global admin or SharePoint admin permissions to be able to access the Microsoft 365 admin center and set up content understanding.
As an admin, you can also make changes to your selected settings anytime after setup, and throughout the content understanding management settings in the Microsoft 365 Admin Center.
To set up SharePoint Syntex
In the Microsoft 365 admin center, select Setup, and then view the Files and content section.
In the Files and content section, select Automate content understanding.
On the Automate content understanding page, click Get started to walk through the setup process.
On the Configure Form Processing page, you can choose if you want to let users be able to create form processing models in specific SharePoint document libraries. A menu option will be available in the document library ribbon to Create a form processing model in SharePoint document libraries in which it is enabled.
For Which SharePoint libraries should show option to create a form processing model, you can select:
- All SharePoint libraries to make it available to all SharePoint libraries in your organization.
- Only libraries in selected sites, and then select the sites in which you want to make it available or upload a list of up to 50 sites.
- No SharePoint libraries if you don't want to make it available to any sites (you can change this after setup).
Removing a site after it has been included does not affect existing models applied to the libraries in that site or the ability to apply document understanding models to a library.
On the Create Content Center page, you can create a SharePoint content center site on which your users can create and manage document understanding models.
For Site name, type the name you want to give your content center site.
The Site address will show the URL for your site, based on what you selected for the site name. If you want to change it, click Edit.
On the Review and finish page, you can look at your selected setting and choose to make changes. If you are satisfied with your selections, select Activate.
On the confirmation page, click Done.
You'll be returned to your Automate content understanding page. From this page, you can select Manage to make any changes to your configuration settings.
Once you have configured SharePoint Syntex, you must assign licenses for the users who will be using any SharePoint Syntex features.
To assign licenses:
In the Microsoft 365 admin center, under Users, click Active users.
Select the users that you want to license, and click Manage product licenses.
Select Assign more.
Select SharePoint Syntex. Under Apps, make sure Common Data Service for SharePoint Syntex, SharePoint Syntex, and SharePoint Syntex - SPO type are all selected.
Click Save changes.
AI Builder credits
If you have 300 or more SharePoint Syntex licenses for SharePoint Syntex in your organization, you will be allocated one million AI Builder credits. If you have fewer than 300 licenses, you must purchase AI Builder credits in order to use forms processing.
You can estimate the AI Builder capacity that’s right for you with the AI Builder calculator.
Go to the Power Platform admin center to check your credits and usage.