What's new in SharePoint 2013 - Discover it


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What's new in SharePoint 2013 and is it worth migrating to. This webinar was recorded and available on http://en.share-gate.com/blog for you to view.
Whether you want to learn more about SharePoint's new interface, search, WCV, this presentation helps you discover them quickly.

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What's new in SharePoint 2013 - Discover it

  1. 1. Discover SharePoint 2013
  2. 2.   @bniaulin share-gate.com/blog by Benjamin Niaulin, 
 a SharePoint GEEK
  3. 3. share-gate.com
  5. 5. THE IT PRO So let me get this straight You want: •More Rams •More Servers •More Power •More Disk Space And you’re removing options for me from the Interface and telling me to use PowerShell Command Lines?
  6. 6. THE DEVELOPER I just learnt 2010.... It changed again? No more SandBox Solutions? “Apps”, “Display Templates”, HTML5...
 More to learn...
  9. 9. The New Interface at first glance The New Interface
  10. 10. Social in SharePoint 2013 New Features - Our day Social
  11. 11. Collaboration in SharePoint 2013The New Interface New Features - Our day Collaboration
  12. 12. Search
  13. 13. Branding
  14. 14. Web Content Management
  15. 15. Apps
  16. 16. Migration
  17. 17. EVEN MORE Shredded Storage Performance Point Visio Services Office Web Apps Power BI Records Management
  18. 18. Interface
  19. 19. Let’s
 take walk
  20. 20. Social in the Enterprise with SharePoint 2013
  21. 21. SharePoint 2013 Yammer
  22. 22. Newsfeed Microblogging You can now use: Mentions “@” Hashtags “#” “Follow” and “Like”
  23. 23. Yammer CLOUD-ONLY with limited integrations to SharePoint
  24. 24. Show the feed
  25. 25. •Publish from SharePoint to Yammer •Use Search to find results from both with Federated Search There isn’t much integration OOB... Replace the Newsfeed with Yammer Yammer Integration There are other integration possibilities between SharePoint and Yammer
  26. 26. OneDrive Link The new “My Site” is called OneDrive in Top Suite Bar
  27. 27. OneDrive - My Tasks Very Cool! Aggregates all your Tasks, even from Outlook!**
  28. 28. OneDrive not OneDrive for Business OneDrive (My Site) ≠ OneDrive ≠ OneDrive for Business
  29. 29. Available on Windows with Office 2013 or standalone Offline Synchronization If you have Office 2010,
 then you get
 SharePoint WorkSpace
  30. 30. Sites Find your Sites I LOVE THIS!
  31. 31. Security presented as Sharing
  32. 32. Let’s Take a Social Tour
  33. 33. Looking at the Infrastructure No more User Profile Sync problems!
  34. 34. The Distributed Cache Service ! Easy as a single server Difficult when redundancy is required •Requires PowerShell knowledge •Needs a “Cache Cluster” •Microsoft recommends having a dedicated server (but with redundancy, that would mean 2 - ouch)
  35. 35. Community Site and Portal
  36. 36. Community Site New Site Template available with SharePoint 2013 Standard
  37. 37. Community Site •Manage Discussions •Navigate by Categories •Badges (Earned and Gifted) •Reputation •Offensive Content
  38. 38. Community Portal A Site that aggregates all Community Sites! ...Thanks to the new Search
  39. 39. Demo
  40. 40. OneNote 
 Team Sites
  41. 41. OneNote
  42. 42. OneNote Integration Only available with “Office Web Apps 2013*” Creates a OneNote workbook for the team to work on Uses the same permissions as the Sites permissions Only available when creating a Site
  43. 43. COLLABORATION with SharePoint 2013
  44. 44. Lots of small upgrades that makes it a lot better Document Libraries
  45. 45. Document Libraries Drag & Drop it! Not Perfect though...wait where’s my Metadata?
  46. 46. Document Libraries Edit in DataSheet View got upgraded! You can now Create Columns
  47. 47. Document Libraries
  48. 48. GeolocationNew Column! GeoLocation hidden column
  49. 49. Office Web Apps Integrated Office Web Apps 2013 makes SharePoint 2013 even cooler! Document Previews right from your library.
  50. 50. Edit Page got better Copy Paste from Word now maintains your styles 100% - AWESOME!
  51. 51. Code No longer depend on the Content Editor WebPart - Much better for future upgrades
  52. 52. Videos on Pages Play videos straight from your page in HTML5
  53. 53. Site Mailbox photo: TechNet Blog Exchange 2013 Outlook 2013
  54. 54. DISCOVER CONTENT with SharePoint 2013
  55. 55. Problems we’ve faced •Hard if not impossible to see content from other lists/libraries on other Sites •Even worst for another Site Collection •XSLT! •Change the way results
 are shown •Contextual Results •Having to ask Admins for
 every little thing..queries •And much more...
  56. 56. SEARCH! Best of FAST Search algorithms Document Thumbnails Query Language (FQL) Architecture Visual Best Bets User Segmentation Metadata Extraction Continuous Crawl Analytics Result Sources Result Types Query RulesDisplay Templates Search Web Parts Cross-Site Publishing Product Catalog Search-Drive Sites
  57. 57. Continuous Crawl
  58. 58. The Real Continuous Crawl •Only works on SharePoint Content Sources •By default every 15min Set-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource •Once indexed, content appears almost right away...like magic •Lots of added pressure on the Server
  59. 59. Before we start ANYTHING
 with Search Crawled Property: Content & Metadata extracted (document itself, url, Title, etc…) Managed Property: Includes 1 or multiple mapped Crawled Properties and exists in the Search Index. Managed Properties are what SharePoint uses to Display Content.
  60. 60. POP QUIZ! If I plan to use a Search-related Web Part to show my content ! What kind of Property should I use?
  62. 62. Power to the Site Collection Administrators!
  63. 63. Search Schema Managed Metadata managed at the Site Collection Level
  64. 64. Result Sources No more Search Scopes (Except if you upgrade from SharePoint 2010) Result Sources 
 also replace
 Federated Search
  65. 65. Result Types Define conditions to identify certain result types and associate actions to them Usually used to change the display of these result types within the Search Results
  66. 66. Query Rules Remember Best Bets? ! Promoted Results?
  67. 67. Query Suggestions Managed at the Farm Level from Central Administration Can be exported and manipulated, otherwise will grow with time
  68. 68. Content Search WebPart 
  69. 69. Content Search Essentially 2 thing 1. Query 2. Display
  70. 70. Demo
  71. 71. Display Templates
  72. 72. • Stored in “~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/” • Provides reusable displays for your Content • NO MORE XSLT! HTML and Javascript • Uses “Managed Properties” to show the content in right <div> The basics of Display Template
  73. 73. Do not touch the JS file
  74. 74. Example
  75. 75. Hmmmm What if... ! What if our entire page was 1 search result with a “page” display template.
  76. 76. BRANDING with SharePoint 2013
  77. 77. Branding before SharePoint 2013
  78. 78. What’s changed?
  79. 79. What’s the problem with this Picture?
  80. 80. HTML of SharePoint 2013 Now in HTML5 with other changes No more HTML Tables... SharePoint 2013 uses <div> like everyone else!
  81. 81. The 
 Design Manager
  82. 82. Work without SharePoint Designer
  83. 83. Magic! Convert an HTML page to a MASTER PAGE Step-by-Step Convert HTML to Master Page
  84. 84. After converting, Code Snippets
  85. 85. Device Channels Does not replace
 “CSS Media Queries” ! Works by specifying a User Agent String and loads a different 
 Master Page !
  86. 86. Design Package •Creates a WSP for you •No Visual Studio Required ! •Not even close to being perfect
  87. 87. Composed Looks
  88. 88. WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT with SharePoint 2013
  89. 89. Product Catalog A Site Collection template where lists/ libraries meant to be reused like “Catalogs” should be stored. Then consumed by Publishing Sites.
  90. 90. Cross-Site Publishing
  91. 91. Managed Metadata Navigation Use your Terms to create a navigation Finally some FRIENDLY urls
  92. 92. WORKFLOWS with SharePoint 2013
  93. 93. New Service Requires the installation of “Workflow Manager” Better Visio integration (Import/Export) New Actions: - Start another Workflow - Call an HTTP Web Service - Count - Wait for an event on a list item
  94. 94. MIGRATION to SharePoint 2013
  95. 95. There can be only 1 ...upgrade scenario according to Microsoft, only Database-Attach is supported this is only from SP2010
  96. 96. 2010 available in 2013
  97. 97. IS IT WORTH THE SWITCH to SharePoint 2013
  98. 98. by Benjamin Niaulin, 
 a SharePoint GEEK   @bniaulin share-gate.com/blog THANK YOU!
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