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A flexible platform to engage and inform.

  • Share news, reports, status, and information about your project or group with a large audience
  • Build intranet sites and create pages, document libraries, and lists
  • Show important visuals, news, and updates
  • Manage your daily routine with workflows, forms, and lists

Microsoft Teams and OneDrive are built on the SharePoint platform. Learn more about Microsoft Storage
 

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Creating a New SharePoint Site

Not sure if SharePoint is right for you? Start by creating a team in Microsoft Teams for your group. If Microsoft Teams leaves you wanting more, every team has a SharePoint Teams site associated with it where you can use more advanced features if you need them. Find out how to get to the SharePoint site for your team. 

If you need a SharePoint Communication site, please fill out a support request form.

Deciding Whether You Need a SharePoint Team Site or Communication Site

Generally, when creating a SharePoint site:

  • A team site is used when most or all members contribute content. It's where collaborative work gets done.
  • A communication site is used when you want a large audience to view news or content about your project or group.

For more information, see Microsoft’s comparison of team and communication sites.

Using a SharePoint Site as a Hub Site

You can tie multiple sites together using a hub site, which can create a shared experience across related sites. Usually, a communication site is used as a hub site to share information about other related sites.

If you need a SharePoint hub site, please fill out a support request form.

Microsoft provides more information about hub sites.


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