Are you using OneDrive for your personal work documents? And Teams to store and collaborate in your team documents? If yes, then you're using SharePoint every day. For most of us, SharePoint is the behind-the-scenes collaboration platform that securely stores information and documents. For others, it's a platform to create and customize collaboration portals for projects and departments.

Attend this 3-part Super Series to master SharePoint as an end user by identifying what you already know about SharePoint so that you can become a power "visitor" to an existing SharePoint site, which will help you learn how to customize your own SharePoint group site. These are the foundational skills you'll need to build your skills and confidence in this Microsoft 365 collaboration platform.

Part 1: SharePoint features you're using every day

Tuesday, June 14 @ 12pm ET

  • Learn timesaving tips when using SharePoint libraries

  • Recover deleted files or folders using the correct recycle bin

  • Review the elements of a SharePoint Group as it relates to Teams and Channels

Part 2: Using a SharePoint group site

Tuesday, July 12 @ 12pm ET

  • Examine the elements of a SharePoint site that will help you collaborate effectively

  • Find and save critical documents, libraries, and pages for easy access

  • Configure alerts for libraries and lists to get notified of changes

Part 3: Customize a SharePoint group site

Tuesday, August 9 @ 12pm ET

Your Instructor

Vickie Sokol Evans

Microsoft Certified Trainer

Vickie Sokol Evans is a globally recognized digital productivity instructor and comedic speaker who trains the world's smartest people how to use their technology to get better results in less time. Her clients include: Microsoft, The Gates Foundation, Stanford University, The New York Times, Starbucks, Amazon, UK's Parliament, and most notably Bill Gates' team, among many others. A Microsoft Certified Trainer with 25+ certifications and over 20 years' training experience on PC and Mac platforms, Vickie is founder of The Red Cape Company headquartered in Austin, Texas.