SharePoint is a suite of tools that allow for online collaboration including file sharing, data storage and retrieval, and workflow processes.

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Pinned Article Add Users to the Team SharePoint Site

Learn how to add users to your SharePoint site.

Pinned Article Create Your Own SharePoint Site

Need a SharePoint site to save documents for your department or team? Create your own by following these instructions!

Pinned Article External Sharing with SharePoint

You can now share your documents in SharePoint with outside resources such as research partners, colleagues, vendors, clients, or customers. Options to collaborate with guests include on a document or on a site.

Pinned Article Map Your SharePoint Site to a Computer

After setting up a SharePoint, you can access it through O365 in your browser. If you map a SharePoint drive to your computer, you can view your site in a Windows Explorer window or in a Mac Finder window.

Pinned Article SharePoint Storage

SharePoint is a suite of tools that allow for online collaboration including file sharing, data storage and retrieval, and workflow processes.

Pinned Article Understanding the Difference between OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams, and OnBase

Know when to use OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams, and OnBase

Move Files/Folders from OneDrive to SharePoint

Once you have created a SharePoint site, and added users, it's time to move your OneDrive files/folders into SharePoint! This KB article will guide you through the steps!

OneDrive and SharePoint: Invalid Filename Characters

Don't use these characters when naming OneDrive or SharePoint files or folders.

See Who Has Access to a File (OneDrive or SharePoint)

Microsoft article: See who a file is shared with in OneDrive or SharePoint

Stop Sharing Files and Folders (OneDrive or SharePoint)

Microsoft article: Stop sharing OneDrive or SharePoint files or folders, or change permissions

Transferring Hard Drive Documents to OneDrive

Learn how to move documents from your hard drive to OneDrive.