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How to use the SharePoint Online website designer
I recently found a series of simple walk-through instructions on how to use SharePoint Online in Office 365. This is something I’ve been planning to do on the blog myself, and hadn’t found time yet. Rather than re-invent the wheel, I thought I’d point links to the SharePoint Online Design Guide (below) here.
A few quick notes about this guide:
- It is designed to be read by home users and business owners. For IT professionals and SharePoint designers, this should put you to sleep.
- This SharePoint Online Design Guide is specifically focused on public facing website design functionality in the P1 license of Office 365. If you are looking for guidance on team-site creation or E license functionality, this isn’t really the focus you are looking for.
Office 365 SharePoint Online Design Guides:
- Part 1: Modifying the Design of your Office 365 Public Website
- Part 2: Modifying the Design of your Office 365 Site Header
- Part 3: Navigation, Zone, & Advanced Topics
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