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  1. Create and manage a SharePoint blog In the message bar, click Enable Editing, then press F5 to start the course.

  2. Create and manage a SharePoint blog Closed captions Finally, click Create. You create a blog just as you would any site, but in this case you’ll use the blog site template. So let’s do it. Navigate to the site, such as a team site, where you want to create the blog. On the Settings menu, select Site Contents. At the bottom of the page, click New Subsite. Now, type the name for your blog and an optional description if you like. Type the end of the URL you want to use to access the blog. And here is Eduard’s new blog, inheriting the top link navigation from the parent site Home page. Now you need to set user permissions. You can choose to inherit permissions from the parent site, so that those same people who have access the main site also have access to your blog. Or you can use unique permissions to choose the people that you want to give access to your blog subsite. If you choose unique permissions, then you’ll need to set up permissions after creating the blog. Next, on the Collaboration tab, select the Blog template. You can also choose for the blog to have its own top link bar or inherit it from the parent site. Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 1/5 videos 1:18 0:39 2:20 1:27 0:35 Help Create a blog Using categories Permissions Blog post layout Feedback Summary Set permissions

  3. Create and manage a SharePoint blog Closed captions Add a category… So here you can edit category names… simply click the Manage categories link on the home page of your blog site. To create new blog categories or rename existing ones, With the proper permissions you can manage blog post categories and comments left by blog readers. or delete a category… And that’s how you add, delete, or change blog post categories for your SharePoint blog. Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 2/5 videos 1:18 0:39 2:20 1:27 0:35 Help Create a blog Using categories Permissions Blog post layout Feedback Summary Set permissions

  4. Create and manage a SharePoint blog Closed captions When I click Stop Inheriting permissions, I’ll start off the process to set new permissions for the blog site only. So the next thing to do is delete the permission groups we don't want that were brought down to the blog subsite. So now only a select group of people, who belong to just three permissions groups, that have access to the blog. Using groups makes it a lot easier to add and remove users because each group permission level doesn't change. Go to Site Settings for the blog and from right here, under Users and Permissions, we’ll go to Site Permissions. So, unless unique permissions for the blog were selected when the blog was first created, Configuring permissions for a blog is similar to setting permissions for other types of sites. The default permissions for a blog are inherited from its parent site. we’ll need to break the default inheritance of permissions from the parent site of the blog. and click the Remove User Permissions command on the ribbon. And remove all but these users from the Home Owners group… Keep in mind if permissions inheritance from the parent site was broken when the blog was created, you’ll see the Start Inheriting Permissions command instead. Remember, we deleted groups we don't want for this site, but the parent permissions are still in place until we change them and make them unique. And add a couple of users to the Home Visitors group… To do this, go back to the blog Site Settings page and click Site Permissions. Now, we have broken permissions inheritance from the blog's parent site, Select the checkbox next to the groups you want to delete Let's add a couple of users to the Home Members group….. Now, just the groups we want to configure permissions for are left for this site. but each group still has the original users associated with them from the parent site. The next step is to choose the users for each group. Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 3/5 videos 1:18 0:39 2:20 1:27 0:35 Help Create a blog Using categories Permissions Blog post layout Feedback Summary Set permissions

  5. Create and manage a SharePoint blog Closed captions Click the Posts icon and then once we get to the list, we'll need to go into List Settings to manage permissions for the list. Now in this case, Eduard is the blog administrator so he should be the only one that can approve comments as they come in. Assuming you have set user permissions for your blog, It makes sense, for example, that you might want only certain users to be able to publish posts. Or you might want to restrict the creation of post categories to the blog administrator. Here we are on the blog home page. Click Settings, and then click Site Contents. Now, the first thing we need to do is allow for unique permissions You do this by clicking Grant Permissions, and then clicking Show Options on the Share dialog. it’s a really good idea to set specific permissions on individual lists and libraries that are part of the blog. So here on the Settings page, we’ll click Permissions for this list, and then click the Stop Inheriting Permissions from the parent site command on the ribbon. Now Post can have unique permissions from the rest of the site. You can assign a specific group the permissions necessary to approve Posts, for example. by breaking the default permissions inheritance from the blog’s parent site. Or you can give one or more individuals these permissions. Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 4/5 videos 1:18 0:39 2:20 1:27 0:35 Help Create a blog Using categories Permissions Blog post layout Feedback Summary Set permissions

  6. Create and manage a SharePoint blog Closed captions And that’s it. You’ve learned how easy it is to manage the layout of comments and posts in the SharePoint blog. Boxed – which creates an outline around each individual post. Basic – which is the default post layout. And Inline – where the font size for the blog post title and author’s name are equal in size to the date. On the home page, under Tools, you select the layout you want to use… Without any special customization, you have the option of displaying posts in three different formats. Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 5/5 videos 1:18 0:39 2:20 1:27 0:35 Help Create a blog Using categories Permissions Blog post layout Feedback Summary Set permissions

  7. See also More training courses Office Compatibility Pack Help Course summary—Create and manage a SharePoint blog Course summary A SharePoint blog Create a SharePoint blog to quickly share ideas and information in an informal way. For example, a product development team in a company could have a blog to provide product information, say like cool features, to internal and external users. Easily manage categories You can easily create, change, or delete blog post categories with just a few clicks. Set up unique permissions for a blog If you don’t want to apply the parent site settings for your blog, you can break inheritance from the parent site, and then customize permissions for your blog. What’s more, you can even set up unique permissions in individual lists and libraries within the blog, if you have specific needs. Say, you want to allow a specific set of users to be able to contribute to the blog. Or, you want to designate one or two users to create categories. Basic tasks Create a blog • Open your SharePoint site. • On the Settings menu, click Site contents. • Click new subsite. • Enter a title, description, and URL. In the Template selection section, select the Blog template. • Click OK. Break inheritance from the parent site for a blog • Open your SharePoint blog. • On the Settings menu, click Site settings. • Under Users and Permissions, click Site permissions. • On the Permissions tab, click Stop Inheriting Permissions. • Click OK to confirm. Press F5 to start, Esc to stop 2 3 4 1 5 6 7 8 1:18 0:39 2:20 1:27 0:35 Help Create a blog Using categories Permissions Blog post layout Summary Feedback Set permissions

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