Introduction to SharePoint Online
SharePoint Online is a cloud-based service that helps organizations share and manage content, knowledge, and applications to:
- Empower teamwork
- Quickly find information
- Seamlessly collaborate across the organization
Before you dive into building and configuring your organization's SharePoint environment, there are a few things you should think about. For example, how will you manage sites with the objective to collaborate (team sites) and those with the objective to broadcast and share content for viewing (communication sites)?
We've divided the planning process into three steps. With each step, you'll find helpful resources to guide your decisions and get you better acquainted with SharePoint.
||Set up your SharePoint environment
Who does this? Global admins and SharePoint admins in Office 365
Plan your SharePoint hub sites
Collaborate with guests
Train your users
Manage site creation
||Organize site content and plan content features
Who does this? Site admins or owners and communication stakeholders in your organization
Plan your SharePoint site
||Customize sites with solutions & apps
Who does this? SharePoint admins, site owners, solution developers
Here are some articles that provide key information you may want to refer to during planning and as you maintain your SharePoint sites.
|If you're looking for this information:||Go to this resource:|
|How to use services across Microsoft 365 to create a secure guest sharing environment
||Create a secure guest sharing environment
|SharePoint Online video training
|Storage space, number of supported sites, number of supported users
||SharePoint Online Limits
|How to use the SharePoint Online Management Shell to perform administrative tasks from the command line
||Getting started with the SharePoint Online Management Shell
|How to integrate an on-premises deployment of SharePoint Server with SharePoint Online
||Hybrid for SharePoint Server
|How to migrate content from SharePoint Server to SharePoint Online.
||The SharePoint Migration Tool
|Where to find partners who provide solutions or services for Office 365
||Microsoft Partner Center