SharePoint is an excellent collaborative platform for document storage and management. In addition to being a collaborating tool, you can share documents with a larger audience. Putting the documents and articles in the correct locations are key to obtain viewership.
Here are some tips on posting articles on SharePoint.
“There are multiple ways your target reader can see the articles you post:
- On your site.
A reader can go to your site and see the latest articles in the News part on your home page. You want the News web part at the top of the page so articles get the best chance of being seen!
- On the SharePoint Start page.
Everyone has a personal view of the sites they visit frequently and are following by going to the SharePoint Start page. You can get there by clicking SharePoint in the upper left of any SharePoint page – or by navigating to SharePoint from Office.com. News on the Start page is a combination of articles from sites that you are following and articles suggested for you. Learn more about finding and following sites and news.
- In the mobile application.
The SharePoint mobile app has a News tab that rolls up the same news you see on the SharePoint Start page on your mobile device.
- On a hub associated with your site.
If your site is part of a hub and the hub site owner has elected to source news posts from all of the hub members, your news post can also be seen in the news web part on the hub home page. However, following the hub does NOT mean you are following all of the sites that are part of the hub. Readers will see your post on the hub home page, but unless they follow your site, they will not see the article on their SharePoint Start page or in their mobile app.” Read More
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