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SharePoint Search Introduction

SharePoint tutorials by Peter Kalmstrom

SharePoint logoFrom SharePoint 2013 the SharePoint Search has become very powerful, and if used in the right way it can help SharePoint users work more efficiently.

With a series of articles and video demonstrations on how to best use the SharePoint 2013 Search, we hope to encourage organizations to use the Search feature for much more than just search for words.

Peter Kalmstrom, CEO of kalmstrom.com Business Solutions and Microsoft certified SharePoint specialist and trainer, has recorded the video demonstrations.

SharePoint Search Scheduling

These SharePoint Search tutorials have been published so far:
  1. Configure Search for SharePoint on premise. SharePoint on premise must be configured before it can be used.

    For Office 365 SharePoint Online there is no such configuration to do, but our other articles on Search usage should be helpful for SharePoint online users too:

  2. The basics of SharePoint Search .
    The two search fields in SharePoint 2013. Search by managed property.

  3. Create a SharePoint Search web part for open tasks
    Add a web part that shows each user his/her open tasks on the team site home page.

We also recommend these articles:

Use SharePoint Search to navigate site collections.

Import Managed Metadata from Excel to the SharePoint Term Store.



More tutorials will be added!