8 tips to get started with SharePoint communication sites

Last week, Microsoft started rolling out SharePoint communication sites to first-release customers. On one of my projects, we got early access to communication sites, and we’ve already got quite a few sites created. Most are still getting loaded up with content, but I thought I would share a few tips and practices that are helping our team.

Communication sites are beautiful, mobile and super easy to use right out of the gate. The team at Microsoft did a fantastic job on the layout, and you don’t need a degree in SharePoint to figure out how to add content and sections—and multiple columns! Moreover, there is clear, well-written documentation available that I’ll link at the bottom of the post. The documentation provides great “how to” information about each web part.

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from Computerworld http://www.computerworld.com/article/3205245/enterprise-applications/8-tips-to-get-started-with-sharepoint-communication-sites.html#tk.rss_all



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