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This article provides instructions on how to access the permissions page, break and restore inherited permissions, assign, edit, and remove unique permissions.
Summary: This article provides information about the purpose and type of information that is typically included in each of the two types of SharePoint sites, Communication site and Team site. It also includes the information needed to help you select the SharePoint site type that most meets your needs and instruction to create your own site. The article is intended for those who may be interested in creating a SharePoint site but need more information about available site types and their purpose
This article provides instructions on how to use the manage access option to see what files/folders non-members of your SharePoint site are able to access. It includes instructions to manage non-member assess.
The article explains how to make a request to have sensitivity label added to your Teams site.
This article provides instructions on how to add a form to your SharePoint site to submit files and folders and upload them directly to a SharePoint site.
This article describes how to add a page to your SharePoint site and use webparts to create content.
This article explains how to delete a SharePoint site and how to restore a deleted SharePoint site.
You can synchronize your Microsoft SharePoint and Teams files to a folder on your computer allowing you to work directly in File Explorer and access files even when you're offline. If you make changes to a file while off line those files are automatically synchronized when you go back online. You no longer need to copy files to and from your sites to your computer, so your files are always up to date.
This article explains how file/folder owners can modify access for those who you have already shared the files/folders with.
This article provides instructions to automatically upload your Microsoft Form responses to your SharePoint site using Power Automate.
The article explains how to make a request to have sensitivity label added to your SharePoint site.