1 Council of Europe SHAREPOINT COLLABORATIVE WORKSPACE USER GUIDE
2 Contents 1. Presentation of SharePoint Logging on Lists Displaying a list Navigating in a list Using the forum Create a new discussion Replying to, viewing, editing or deleting a post Using a document library Adding or deleting a document Using a calendar Connected functions Check-out Version History Approval Managing alerts Activating general alerts Setting up specific alerts Within a discussion board Within a document library Managing alerts Workspaces /33
3 1. Presentation of SharePoint SharePoint is a collaboration tool which serves as an easy means of sharing documents and data between a large number of users. SharePoint provides: a collaborative work service based on a website: SharePoint users can create specialised sites to share information, create and store documents, organise meetings and enable the members of a team to work together on the same project via a web browser. a document storage system: one of the basic principles of SharePoint is document storage, which simplifies the document sharing process. SharePoint stores documents in libraries. A library can be used to store one or more documents. Users can add more documents to libraries and other users with the appropriate rights can consult them via their web browser and also collaborate by modifying the documents. 3/33
4 1.1. Logging on To access a ://cwsm.coe.int/team21/dm.coe.int/team21/dm_exec workspace you need to sign in with your user name (e-ma mail address). By ticking the "sign me in automatically" box you will install a cookie enabling you to log on during the 8 hours following your authentication without having to type in your identifiers again. A workspace is accessed automatically via the KEY account (integrated authentication). Depending on the parametering of your browser you may be asked to identify yourself, in which case you must use your KEY\... account name and your usual password. 4/33
5 A welcome page will then be displayed along the lines of the one below. Quick Launch Web Parts Search Administration Webparts are SharePoint elements (or blocks) that can be customised and are visible on your site's welcome page. Using webparts, you can directly display certain lists on your welcome page. 5/33
6 2. Lists SharePoint stores all its information in the form of lists. They all work on the same principle but may take different forms. A list is a set of elements, for storing various information. These are some of the most commonly used lists : lists of contacts (for storing names, addresses, telephone numbers etc) lists of tasks (type of task, description, percentage progress, deadline etc) lists of announcements (message with expiry date) lists of events (type of event, place, start date, end date etc) customisable lists, where the user (with adequate rights) creates a new list and determines which information is to be shown. You can view all the lists to which you have access on the welcome page: in the quick launch bar and also in the Webparts section. Lists Lists displayed in Web Parts 6/33
7 2.1. Displaying a list There are two ways of displaying the contents of a list and the different items making it up: - If the list is shown on the welcome page in the web parts section, you will see a specific view of the list. To see the list in its standard display, or change the view, click on the name of the list. - If the list is shown in the quick launch bar on the left, simply click on the link. Example: the screenshot below shows the two methods of accessing the "Calendar " list: When you click on a list, a new page is displayed, showing all the list items. 7/33
8 Here you can see that all the columns are shown. 8/33
9 2.2. Navigating in a list Views is a key operating principle of SharePoint. Views can help you classify and manage information and documents far more effectively, while keeping things flexible. The same document, or the same information, may be displayed in several different ways without any redundancy. View The different displays are available for each list. When you click on a list, the "All Documents" display is activated by default, and all the list items are displayed, in no particular order. 9/33
10 2.3. Using the forum Create a new discussion To create a new discussion, click on "New Discussion " in the main page of the team discussion. Then type the subject of the discussion and a text describing the content of the discussion, and save using the "OK" button. 10/33
11 Replying to, viewing, editing or deleting a post You can access these functionalities by clicking on the discussion subject, which will open this discussion. You can reply immediately by clicking on "Reply ". You can access the other functions by clicking on "View Properties". This will take you to a screen where you can reply, view, edit or delete a post. 11/33
12 2.4. Using a document library Adding or deleting a document To publish a document, you must first choose which Document Library the document is to be deposited in. Once you have opened the list concerned, there are two possible scenarios: You want to create a new document Your document already exists 12/33
13 New document Existing document 13/33
14 If you create a document (by clicking on "New ew", the document template corresponding to the list type will be opened, allowing you to edit your document in the normal way. When you click on the save button (for example in Word), you will be asked to type in the document name of your choice. You can see here that the "Save As " window is slightly unusual: the blue band means that you are about to record a document in SharePoint. Then validate. If you wish to add an existing document (by clicking on "Upload"), a page appears, prompting you to type in the access path for your document. You can click on "Browse Browse" to access the Look in My computer window. Select the file, then validate the two windows (Open then OK). The document is now present on the collaborative workspace and visible in the list: 14/33
15 Document editing Document deletion To consult a document (without being able to modify it), simply click on its name. To modify a document, you must click on "Edit in Microsoft Office " of the context menu (and not on its name). To delete a document, simply click on "Delete " 15/33
16 2.5. Using a calendar When a list is displayed, click on "New Item" to add a new item. The example below shows a calendar list. The screen for adding a new item will be as follows: Validation 16/33
17 You will then be asked to provide all the information relating to an event (Title, start date, end date, description, place and frequency). In addition to the event title and the description you can enter a start date and end date. You can make it a repeating event by ticking the "Recurrence Recurrence" box (daily, weekly, monthly, yearly). The last option on the new item screen enables you to create a Meeting Workspace for it. Workspaces will be described in the section of that name below. Note: The fields marked with * are obligatory. Once you have filled in all the fields, validate by clicking on the "OK " button. 17/33
18 Event added Context menu The new event has been added to the list. If you click on the title of the event, the full data for the event will be shown, but clicking on (to the right of the title) opens up a context menu, enabling you to view the event, modify it, delete it and also receive notifications when this item is modified. 18/33
19 2.6. Connected functions Check-out When someone is editing a document, it is crucial that no one else modifies it at the same time. If that happened, the last person to save their document would overwrite the other person's work, and those data would be lost. Using the "Check Out " function overcomes this problem. When you are planning to modify a document, click on "Check Out " in the context menu of the document concerned. You are now the only person with rights to write in this file. If someone was to open the document while you were editing it, they could consult it but not save any changes they made. 19/33
20 Once you have finished editing the document, you must select "Check In" to restore it to its normal state. Note: You are strongly advised to use this option. Indeed, this function is indispensable for lengthy document modifications. 20/33
21 Version History This option enables you to save all the successive versions of documents and allows you to restore the document as it was on a previous date. To backtrack to a previous version of a document, click on menu of the file concerned. "Version History " of the context 21/33
22 A list of the different versions is displayed. To display the content of each version, simply click on its date and a read-only version of the file will be opened. If you wish to restore a previous version, select "Restore Restore" in the context menu of the desired version. 22/33
23 Approval This option makes it possible to control the input of information. If approval is activated for a list, the user can submit information and then view it in "My Submissions". They will be able to see the approval status together with any comments made by the approver. 23/33
24 3. Managing alerts The alerts system enables you to receive notification whenever the workspace content is modified. The alerts must be set up by the person who wants to be notified Activating general alerts To set up alerts, click on "Alert Me" (in the "actions actions" menu). The "Alert Me" option is available when you are in a document library, a discussion board or a list. 24/33
25 Your address is shown in the "Send Alerts to" field, and other users can be added Indicate the type of modification and the alert frequency, then validate by clicking on the "OK" button. NB: the "Send Alerts for these Changes" menu enables you to filter the alerts, so that you are not alerted to your own changes to a document, for example, or to restrict alerts to changes to documents you have created. 25/33
26 3.2. Setting up specific alerts Within a discussion board An alert may be made specific to a discussion or a particular post. To make it specific to a discussion, place the cursor on the desired discussion subject and click on "Alert Me" in the drop-down menu (see below) To make it specific to a post: click on "View Properties": 26/33
27 and then on "Alert Me" 27/33
28 Then choose the filter, the desired frequency and validate the alert with the "OK" button. 28/33
29 Within a document library 29/33
30 Then choose the filter, the desired frequency and validate the alert with the "OK" button. 30/33
31 3.3. Managing alerts To view all your alerts, click on the "view my existing alerts on this site" link at the top of the alert creation page. A summary of the alerts set up on the site is shown in the example below. To delete an alert, tick the corresponding box and click on "Delete Selected Alerts ts". 31/33
32 4. Workspaces The meeting workspace is linked to one or more meetings, enabling the players to gather the documents, agendas and tasks relating to the meeting(s). The workspace looks very much like a standard teamworking site: Information on the event Page tabs Web parts You can see that the information for the event linked to this workspace is displayed, and a set of lists (in the form of web parts) has been added automatically. This workspace functions in the same way as the root SharePoint site, with the sole difference that it has no welcome page. 32/33
33 The workspace may be linked to several events. The different events are displayed on the screen by their respective date: Different meetings You can switch between meetings by clicking on the relevant date. 33/33
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