There are different ways for uploading documents on SharePoint. The most common ways include uploading a new document from your computer, uploading multiple documents at once, and uploading a document to a specific site.
SharePoint supports a wide range of file formats, including Microsoft Office documents, PDFs, images, videos, and audio files.
SharePoint allows multiple users to collaborate on a document simultaneously. When a document is being co-authored, changes made by each user are automatically synced in real-time.
SharePoint automatically tracks and saves versions of documents as they are edited. This allows users to see the changes made to a document over time.
To restore a previous version of a document, navigate to the document’s version history and select the version you want to restore.
To share a document with specific users or groups, navigate to the document, click on “Share,” and enter the email addresses of the users or groups you want to share the document with.
You can also set permissions on documents or folders to restrict access to certain users or groups.
SharePoint allows you to create a link to share a document with others. Simply navigate to the document, click on “Share,” and select “Create Link.”
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Labels and tags can be used to identify and categorize documents for easy searching.
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