SharePoint is a great tool for teams of all sizes, but it can be particularly useful if you work remotely or have multiple locations to manage. With SharePoint Collaboration, you’re able to connect with people, create and share documents and keep up with conversations about shared projects in one place so that no matter where you are, it’s easy to stay connected with your team and work together more effectively.
Well, SharePoint can give you that, without the climbing over each other part. Because it uses all the same systems as Microsoft’s cloud platform OneDrive, every Office 365 document that you work on is always instantly and continuously saved. Because that’s happening for every single person on the team, all the time, everyone is always looking at the most up-to-date version of the files they need. When someone else opens it up, they can pick up right where you left off, and then pass the baton off to yet another team member.
Teams are very important here as well, which is why SharePoint also lets you set tasks, something that most other platforms don’t. Workplace task management systems like Asana might be really good at organizing teams and project tasks, but it doesn’t mean much if you have to open an entirely different platform just to work on the documents that you need to finish that task.
But with SharePoint, all of your tasks are in the same place as all the tools you need to complete them. It also means that, as soon as its done your respective task, you can let the rest of your team know, and they can jump right in on the task working on, without having to check their email or open something new.
SharePoint boosts efficiency by giving you a single platform to organize your files.
SharePoint is a cloud-based platform that helps teams of all sizes get things done faster, easier and more efficiently. It’s easy to use and secure, scalable up or down depending on your needs, customizable to fit your organization’s unique requirements, cost effective and available on the devices you use every day — anywhere you are!
SharePoint also has tools that can boost productivity by helping you communicate with one another. Among them are Skype for Business, Yammer and OneDrive for Business.
Skype for Business is a communication tool that enables instant messaging, voice calls and video calls. It’s integrated directly into SharePoint so it’s easy to start a chat with other coworkers by clicking on their profile picture in the Team site newsfeed or when you’re viewing an individual document or list item on your own page.
Yammer is like Facebook for the workplace—a private social network where people can share ideas, ask questions and organize events. Yammer allows you to post content anonymously (if you want) and easily create groups so people who work together closely can stay up to date on what each other is working on without having to check email all day long only see what they need right away (which may not always be relevant).
OneDrive for Business is Microsoft’s answer to Dropbox or Box: it’s a place where users store their documents online but also have access from anywhere via mobile devices like smartphones or tablets without having upload large files onto remote servers first.”
SharePoint is a cloud-based platform, so you can access it from anywhere on any device. You can also add SharePoint to your mobile device, tablet or other computers as an app. This means you don’t need to be at the office to collaborate with your colleagues; you can work together while you’re on vacation or visiting family!
This flexibility is one of the reasons why SharePoint has become popular in the workplace; employees love being able to access their files and work product anywhere they are—and with so many different devices available today (including Android phones), there’s never been an easier time for people around the world to get things done together in harmony.
With SharePoint Collaboration, you’re able to connect with people, create and share documents and keep up with conversations about shared projects in one place so that no matter where you are, it’s easy to stay connected with your team and work together more effectively.