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SharePoint Taxonomy Tour
Sean Wallbridge
@itgroove | brainlitter.com
Taxonomy Components Mind Map
What is
Taxonomy

And why should I care?
What is Taxonomy
• What is Taxonomy in SharePoint?

Data about Data
So you can find and workflow against that data
A little more about Taxonomy
• How did we do it before SharePoint?
• What about “Folksonomy?”
What
comprises
Taxonomy in
SharePoint?

• Within the Site Collection
• Outside those Collections
Within the Site Collection
• Web (Site)
• Site Content Types
• Site Columns

• Libraries
• Document Sets (a Content Type)
...
Sites are Navigation Too
go.company.com
Corporate
Teams

Projects

HR

Project X

Finance

Project Y

Sales

Knowledge
Bas...
Within the Farm (Outside the Collection)
• Managed Metadata Service Application
• Content Type Hub
• Term Store

• Web App...
The Content Type Hub

The Hub
Master Copy or “Publisher”

Site
Collection

Site
Collection
Web

Web

Web

Web

Site
Collec...
Gosh. Taxonomy sounds hard.
Relax. Try/Learn. Search.
Q&A
• Can I import content/terms
• Can you bring in content from excel?
• Can you bring it in from any other source?

• Up...
Thank you.

Email: swallbridge@itgroove.net
Blog: www.brainlitter.com
Web Site: www.itgroove.net
Twitter: @itgroove
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SharePoint 2013 Taxonomy Tour

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Almost every client we meet in our SharePoint world requests implementations of "taxonomy" and "metadata" - often times, they are asking because they've been told they should - but aren't even clear what the request means or what it is they are asking for. This presentation will attempt to clarify what Taxonomy/Metadata is and outline the different ways it is employed both within the site and across sites.

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  • Provides descriptive data about dataProvides searchable handles for findabilityHistory, File Servers, Shares, Folders and document properties
  • Provides descriptive data about dataProvides searchable handles for findabilityHistory, File Servers, Shares, Folders and document properties
  • Start with SitesInline Search helps a lot now
  • InfoPath is a problemOffice 2007 does not support managed metadata in the Ribbon
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    1. 1. SharePoint Taxonomy Tour Sean Wallbridge @itgroove | brainlitter.com
    2. 2. Taxonomy Components Mind Map
    3. 3. What is Taxonomy And why should I care?
    4. 4. What is Taxonomy • What is Taxonomy in SharePoint? Data about Data So you can find and workflow against that data
    5. 5. A little more about Taxonomy • How did we do it before SharePoint? • What about “Folksonomy?”
    6. 6. What comprises Taxonomy in SharePoint? • Within the Site Collection • Outside those Collections
    7. 7. Within the Site Collection • Web (Site) • Site Content Types • Site Columns • Libraries • Document Sets (a Content Type) • Folders (Gasp!) • Columns • Data Types • Managed Metadata • Document ID’s
    8. 8. Sites are Navigation Too go.company.com Corporate Teams Projects HR Project X Finance Project Y Sales Knowledge Base
    9. 9. Within the Farm (Outside the Collection) • Managed Metadata Service Application • Content Type Hub • Term Store • Web Applications and Managed Paths
    10. 10. The Content Type Hub The Hub Master Copy or “Publisher” Site Collection Site Collection Web Web Web Web Site Collection Web Site Collection Web Web Web
    11. 11. Gosh. Taxonomy sounds hard. Relax. Try/Learn. Search.
    12. 12. Q&A • Can I import content/terms • Can you bring in content from excel? • Can you bring it in from any other source? • Upgrade from previous versions • Possible or not? • Would you want to? • Limitations and things to consider?
    13. 13. Thank you. Email: swallbridge@itgroove.net Blog: www.brainlitter.com Web Site: www.itgroove.net Twitter: @itgroove
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