What you’ll learn
At the completion of this course you should be comfortable with:
You should also be able to perform administrative tasks (such as managing users and groups within Microsoft Office 365), manage domains, and use the Security & Compliance Center.
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Who is the course for?
This course is designed for intermediate-level users of Microsoft Office 365 and IT Professionals who have some level of responsibility for their organisation or team’s Microsoft Office 365 environment.
We can also deliver and customise this training course for your organisation. For more information, please contact us on 1800 853 276.
Lesson 1: File Storage and Collaboration with OneDrive for Business
TOPIC A: Getting Started with OneDrive for Business
TOPIC B: Collaborating Using OneDrive for Business
TOPIC C: Using Delve
Lesson 2: File Storage and Collaboration with SharePoint Online
TOPIC A: Getting Started with SharePoint
What is Microsoft SharePoint Online?
What is a SharePoint Team Site?
Navigate to a SharePoint Team Site
Components of a SharePoint Team Site
TOPIC B: Getting Started with Document Libraries
TOPIC C: Working with Document Libraries
Lesson 3: Organising with Office 365
TOPIC A: Working with Tasks
What is Tasks?
View Your Tasks
Mark Tasks Complete
TOPIC B: Getting Started with Planner
TOPIC C: Working with Planner
Create a New Plan
Add Buckets to Plans
Add Tasks to Buckets
Lesson 4: Managing Users
TOPIC A: Getting Started as an Administrator
What is an Administrator?
Open the Admin Center
Navigate the Admin Center
Use the Message Center
Use the Service Health Center
TOPIC B: Managing Users
Add a User
Edit a User
Reset a User Password
Delete a User
TOPIC C: Managing Groups
TOPIC D: Managing Resources
Lesson 5: Managing Security, Compliance, and Domain Settings
TOPIC A: Managing Domains
TOPIC B: Security and Compliance
Open the Security & Compliance Center
Navigate the Security & Compliance Center
Manage User Permissions for the Security & Compliance Center
Manage Data Loss Prevention Policies
This course is designed for intermediate-level users. Students should be comfortable using Windows and Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Students are encouraged to complete the Microsoft Office 365 – Part 1 course before beginning this course.
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