Guidance on how to use SharePoint sites and SharePoint File Shares

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Pinned Article Change the TU Logo on Your SharePoint Site

[Faculty and Staff] The linked video demonstrates how to update the TU logo on your SharePoint site.

Request a SharePoint File Share Site

[Faculty and Staff] A SharePoint File Share site is used to store files for a department or group. The site is unique because permissions are handled through the group management tool and not directly through the site. These sites are a repository for departmental or custom share files.

Request a SharePoint Team Site

[Students, Faculty and Staff] A SharePoint Team Site is a place where a group of colleagues can share information and work collaboratively on projects from any device with internet access. This site includes a group of webpages, document libraries, lists for data management and web parts for organization. Unlike a SharePoint File Share Site, permissions for a Team Site are managed within SharePoint.

Restore Items Deleted from SharePoint

[Faculty and Staff] The linked webpage features a video explaining how to restore files from your SharePoint Recycle Bin to their original location.

Follow Your Favorite SharePoint Sites to Keep Them Accessible

[Faculty and Staff] To view all the SharePoint sites that you own or are a member of, follow them via the SharePoint tile in the Microsoft 365 portal. You must follow a site for it to be added to your SharePoint tile in Microsoft 365.

Create, Upload, Delete and Restore Files in Your SharePoint File Share

[Students, Faculty and Staff] The SharePoint document library is the central location where users can update and manage files following the advice in this article. SharePoint is integrated with the Microsoft365 productivity apps, and documents can be: Created from within SharePoint, Uploaded to SharePoint or Saved from Office to SharePoint.

Sponsored Group Management Tool Video

[Faculty & Staff] The linked video demonstrates how to use the TU Sponsored Group Management Tool to view, add, edit and remove members from Active Directory groups for email distribution lists and access to secured network resources.