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Sharepoint 2013 : Organizing people and work - Creating a calendar list - Switch calendar views
SharePoint 2013 calendar lists provide a convenient and visual manner so that the members of the team of project detect big steps of project, meetings, and other events. You can show the lists of calendar inside daily, the weekly magazine, and the monthly sights.
Sharepoint 2013 : Organizing people and work - Adding multiple tasks and subtasks - Update multiple tasks in a standard view, Add subtasks
There could be periods when you would like to copy articles of Microsoft Excel in a list of the tasks, but you do not want to lock them one by one. With SharePoint 2013, you can quickly add entries in the sight of list, or you can stick the contents directly.
Sharepoint 2013 : Organizing people and work - Viewing tasks in a Gantt Chart - Configure Gantt columns
Gantt Charts are management tools of establishment of the common program used to look at phases and tasks of a project. SharePoint 2013 employs a chronology and bars of Gantt to visually associate the beginning and completion the dates of the tasks of your project.
Sharepoint 2013 : Organizing people and work - Adding tasks - Add a task to a timeline
After your task list is created, you can start to populate it by tasks. The tasks in SharePoint 2013 can be a simple checklist or a more complex project in which you can bring back tasks to one of the others or assign predecessors. The graphic sight of chronology also allows you to see your dates of task at a glance.
Sharepoint 2013 : Organizing people and work - Creating a project schedule by using a tasks list - Create a project task list
The Gantt Charts in SharePoint 2013 directors of assistance coordinate calendars of the project and assign tasks with the members of the team. A list of the tasks of SharePoint combines the functionality of a list of the standard tasks with a bar chart, allowing you to show the beginning and the dates completion and to bring back the progress of task based on the complete value of percentage of the task.
Sharepoint 2013 : Working with media - Adding media to a SharePoint page (part 2) - Insert video on a SharePoint page
If you previously choose an image of thumbnail of the inch for a video starting from a source other than a framework in the video, when the video is added to a page, the nail of the inch could not show.
Sharepoint 2013 : Working with media - Adding media to a SharePoint page (part 1) - Insert an image from SharePoint
You could have a need to add images to a page of SharePoint. In these examples, you will note that SharePoint provided an easy interface by which you can employ made this.
Sharepoint 2013 : Working with media - Using SharePoint assets in Microsoft Office - Connect an asset library to Office, Connect to Office 365
Today, so much of what we do requires to create and function with documents. In the past, the documents typically consisted mainly of text, but now, they contain more and more images, diagrams and worksheets, as well.
Sharepoint 2013 : Working with media - Working with video files (part 3) - Use a picture from a web address as a thumbnail, Associate related content to a video file
Upload three video files using each of the previous three methods to designate the thumbnail image.
Sharepoint 2013 : Working with media - Working with video files (part 2) - Use an image from your computer as a thumbnail
In your assets library, select the video file with which you want to work.
Sharepoint 2013 : Working with media - Working with video files (part 1) - Capture a thumbnail from the video
The library of capital has several new characteristics to work with video files. In the past, you had only the capacity to download a file with a configuration out - of-the-box of SharePoint.
Sharepoint 2013 : Working with media - Organizing by using keywords and metadata
The files of media (audio, image, and video) often share the similar characteristics, such as formats of file, size, and so on. SharePoint 2013 can employ this information to help you in the information of organization and to relieve the research effort for certain kinds of contents.
Sharepoint 2013 : Working with media - Tagging media files
You could have noted that when you employ the method of drag-and-drop download images with SharePoint 2013 which you are not introduced with the zone of dialog you incentive to write the information of meta-data
Sharepoint 2013 : Working with media - Uploading and tagging media files
One of the optimizations put in application out of the box is the capacity of the library to identify the prolonged information of meta-data contained with the media, such as the author, dates taken, people in the image, resolution of the camera, and comments on.
Sharepoint 2013 : Working with media - Introducing the Asset Library app
A library of capital is SharePoint 2013 app which was optimized for the storage of the digital capital, which can include the audio, image, and the visual capital. The sight of defect for this library presents the capital in a sight of nail of the inch.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Creating and Validating Process Diagrams - Creating SharePoint workflow diagrams
A workflow is a set of process steps, some or all of which have been automated. For the automated parts of a workflow, documents and files are stored and moved electronically, according to a set of predefined rules, so that they are available to participants as required.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 6) - Disposing of SharePoint Variables
As covered earlier, certain objects need to be disposed of properly in order to protect your server from dreaded memory leaks. This section discusses a couple of different methods for proper disposal of your objects.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 5) - Working with Objects Below the Web Level
SharePoint PowerShell commands generally work from the SPWeb object and above. That means you will not find commands such as Get-SPList or New-SPLibrary in the out-of-the-box commands.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 4) - Working with Webs
Site collections contain webs, or SPWebs if you are speaking about SharePoint PowerShell commands. Like the other main objects in the SharePoint hierarchy, you can list, add, modify, and remove webs
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 3) - Working with Site Collections
The site collection level is the level at which all your webs and data live. It can seem a little odd when you first encounter how webs and site collections are referenced in SharePoint Central Administration versus the object model in PowerShell.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 2) - Web Applications
Each site collection in SharePoint is associated with a single web application represented by the SPWebApplication object. The SPWebApplication object contains many properties that an administrator might want to look at, such as those associated with the Recycle Bin, list throttling, and status of the web application.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Using SharePoint Commands (part 1) - Working with the Farm, Working with the Farm Configuration
The highest-level SharePoint administration object is the farm, which contains many key properties, methods, and collections associated with the SharePoint farm. You can access many of the farm’s properties using a specific SharePoint 2013 command.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Federated Authentication (part 4) - Active Directory Federated Services - Configuring a Relying Party in ADFS
We have now installed and configured ADFS, and we are ready to create a Relying Party. We established in the beginning of this article that a Relying Party is a system or application that permits authenticated user access, but relies on an Issuing Authority (via Secure Token Service) to perform the actual authentication.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Federated Authentication (part 3) - Active Directory Federated Services - Installing ADFS
Creating a new farm requires a SQL Server connection and is suited to production environments, or systems requiring multiple ADFS instances in a farm
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Federated Authentication (part 2) - Active Directory Federated Services - Preparing for ADFS Installation
Before we install ADFS, it is important that we complete a series of pre-installation steps, to establish a new DNS name and certificate with which we shall access ADFS.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Federated Authentication (part 1) - Active Directory Federated Services - Install Certificate Authority
ADFS requires certificates to encrypt and sign SAML tokens. In a production deployment, you would install purchased certificates, signed by a trusted root certificate authority such as VeriSign
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 Authentication (part 3) - Configuring a Claims Web Application - Configuring SSL for SharePoint
When dealing in any kind of web-based security, we must rely on the industry standard use of Secure Socket Layer, which operates via the use of X509 Public/Private key certificates.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 Authentication (part 2) - Configuring a Claims Web Application - Creating a New CBA Application, Configuring an Existing CBA Web Application
The following set of steps demonstrates how to create a new Claims-Based-Authentication aware web application in SharePoint 2013. The steps below demonstrate creating our application via Central Administration.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 Authentication (part 1) - Legacy Approach—Classic Mode Authentication
SharePoint 2013 now uses Claims-Based-Authentication (CBA) for all web applications added to the farm. Using standard protocols and principles, SharePoint abstracts user authentication from user identity such that SharePoint can maintain his or her identity, regardless of the authentication mechanism.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Claims-Based and Federated Authentication - Digital Identity
OpenID is a standard that describes how users may authenticate with a system in a decentralized manner, eliminating the need for systems to maintain their own credentials and authentication mechanisms.
 
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