SharePoint - New Pages

Audience: Commons content owners tasked with creating their group's SharePoint site.

This Step: New Pages

New pages cannot be created by departments or groups and will need to be set-up by the Application Services Team in IT.  The quickest way to request a new page is to fill out a request on the SharePoint Portal.  Select the button before Add pages to SharePoint site and fill in the information requested.

Each page has permissions set to only be editable by a group or department.  If a page cannot be edited by a particular user, the permissions will need to be changed.  Fill out a request on the SharePoint Portal and select Add or remove content editors.

The portal can also be used to make changes to page content or submit general questions.

Follow the steps below to add a header, navigation, and content to the page.  Changes to a page can be saved as a draft or published.

Next Steps:

SharePoint - Edit the Header > SharePoint - Vertical Section Navigation > SharePoint - Create a Section > SharePoint - Add Content to Page > SharePoint - Other Sites and Comments > SharePoint - Site Assets > SharePoint - Save Page as a Draft > SharePoint - Publish Page



Keywordsintranet, mycvtc, edtech, sharepoint   Doc ID118285
OwnerJohn C.GroupChippewa Valley Technical College
Created2022-05-02 10:05:43Updated2023-12-05 13:18:35
SitesChippewa Valley Technical College
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