Getting Started with SharePoint Sites
SharePoint Sites gives you new ways to share your work, work with others, organize your projects and teams, and discover people and information. Launch SharePoint Sites from the services column on the Home screen to be taken to your landing page, which displays the sites you have access to. From there, you can click on one of the links to go into your team or project site.
For small team or project document sharing using the new Groups feature is recommended. For ad-hoc document and file sharing use OneDrive for best results.
You can also access SharePoint Sites by clicking on the new launcher icon and selecting the Sites button. For frequently accessed sites consider using the following sites feature.
Click the settings icon in the Suite Bar to see additional actions for customizing your SharePoint experience. You can find more about available features on the Microsoft SharePoint 2013 web site
Ready to move beyond the basics?
Take a look at Microsoft's beginner and intermediate training courses for SharePoint 2013 to learn more about:
- Creating and managing a blog to share information
- Creating and setting up a list
- Sharing documents
- Using a list
- Syncing libraries using OneDrive for Business
- Updating profile and privacy settings
- SharePoint Quick Start Card (SharePoint login required).