Your SharePoint Team Site

We’re offering customers the creation of a baseline SharePoint Online site for only $999. This offer includes: 

  • Logo setup, custom color, and branding
  • Up to two (2) subsites. These subsites can include: a company calendar, document library, a discussion board, and more.
  • Up to four (4) apps per page. These apps can include: Tasks, Yammer, Announcements, Contacts, Issue Tracking, Company Directories, and more
  • Initial setup and establishment of company permissions
  • Training on SharePoint site for admins and all end users

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What is a team site?

A SharePoint Online team site is an internal website where your team is able to collaborate and share information. When first created, your team site usually looks like this:

You are then able to customize your team site catered to your business needs. The site will have a unique look and feel for your organization. Below is an example of team site that one of OnPar’s Microsoft Certified Technicians created:

All team sites come with certain elements such a documents library where you can upload, share, view, edit, and collaborate on files like Word Documents, Excel Workbooks, and PowerPoint Presentations. However, you can then add various applications and sub sites depending on your needs. These can include: company calendars, discussion boards, announcements, contacts, issue tracking, directories, and more! Below is an example of a discussion board integrated into a team site:

Team site versus OneDrive for Business

  • A team site is a place where you and your teammates can share files and information. Everything in your team site is accessible by teammates and anyone else with permissions to view the site.
  • OneDrive for Business is a place where you can store, share, and sync your files. You can share your files with others on a case-by-case basis and you can sync your files to other devices.

Getting started with your team site

The best way to get started is to just explore. Get familiar with what is one the page, and what is stored in lists and libraries. You can also see what’s included in your team site by choosing Settings > Site Contents.

You’ll then see a list of libraries, lists, pages, apps, and other kinds of content used on your site. If you aren’t ready to get started with SharePoint Online, then take advantage of our free SharePoint Online demo performed by one of our Microsoft Certified Technicians, schedule an appointment now at: SharePoint Demo Appointment