Creating a new site in SharePoint 2013 is a straightforward process that can be done in just a few simple steps. Whether you’re looking to set up a Team Site for collaboration or need a Subsite with unique permissions, Sharepoint 2013 offers step-by-step guidance to help you create the perfect site.
To get started, click the Settings gear icon and select Site Contents. From there, click the New Subsite link to open the New SharePoint Site form. This is where you’ll enter the necessary details for your new site.
First, provide a name and description in the Title and Description text boxes. Then, choose a unique site name in the URL Name text box. This will help differentiate your site within the hierarchy of the Site Collection.
Next, you’ll need to select a template for your site. The Team Site template, found under the Collaboration tab, is a popular choice for its versatile features and functionality.
When it comes to permissions, you have two options: use the same permissions as the parent site or create unique permissions. This allows you to tailor the access levels and security settings for your site to meet your specific needs.
Additionally, you can decide whether to display the new site on the top link navigation of the parent site, as well as whether to use the same top link navigation as the parent site.
Once you’ve filled in all the necessary details, simply click Create to bring your new site to life. SharePoint 2013 will handle the rest, ensuring your site is set up and ready for collaboration.
It’s important to note that while every SharePoint site is contained within a Site Collection, users won’t notice any significant differences in appearance or functionality between a Site Collection and a Subsite. The variations lie in navigation, security settings, and features.
To begin, click on the Settings gear icon and select Site Contents in order to access the backend of your Sharepoint site. This will open up a page displaying all the content and subsites within your Sharepoint site.
Next, locate and click the New Subsite link, which will open the New SharePoint Site form. In this form, you can enter the necessary details for your new site, such as the title, description, and URL name.
When filling out the form, it’s important to choose the appropriate template for your new site. If you’re looking to create a collaborative site for your team, select the Team Site template from the Collaboration tab.
After selecting the template, you have the option to choose whether to use the same permissions as the parent site or use unique permissions. Additionally, you can decide whether to display the new site on the top link navigation of the parent site, and whether to display the same top link navigation as the parent site.
Once you have entered all the necessary information and made your desired selections, click the create button to create the new site. Your newly created site will now be accessible within the Sharepoint site hierarchy.