Below are the steps I have followed to configure SharePoint 2013 workflow:
1. Understand workflows in SharePoint 2013: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219638.aspx .
2. Initially, the Workflow Service in SharePoint 2013 is not connected for it requires a compatible workflow service such as Workflow Manager, and the SharePoint Designer 2013 has only SharePoint 2010 Workflow platform option.
3. Download and install Workflow Manager 1.0. The download link and other information are available at http://www.microsoft.com/en-my/download/details.aspx?id=35375 .
4. Download and install Workflow Client in SharePoint server. The download link and other information are available at http://www.microsoft.com/en-my/download/details.aspx?id=35375
5. Configure workflow in SharePoint server. Please refer to http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj658588(v=office.15) for the guide.
6. At this point, the Workflow Service will already be connected, and SharePoint 2013 Workflow platform option in SharePoint Designer 2013 will already be available.
Below are the steps we could follow to change the look of a SharePoint 2013 site:
- From the Site Settings action menu, click the Change the Look link.
- From the Change the Look page, select a site design.
- Upon selecting a design, click the Try It Out button.
- On the design preview page, click the Yes, Keep It button.
- And finally, we have already changed the look of our SharePoint 2013 site.
After integrating Office Web Apps Server 2013 with SharePoint Server 2013, a OneNote shared notebook will automatically be created upon creation of a Team Site. We can use this notebook to apprehend and share information.
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Office Web Apps enables users to view and edit Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files using a supported web browser on computers and mobile devices. While this piece focuses on the integration of Office Web Apps Server 2013 and SharePoint Server 2013, OWA is as well available through SharePoint Online and Office 365, SkyDrive, and Office 2013.
Below are the steps I have followed to integrate Office Web Apps Server 2013 and SharePoint Server 2013.
- Install and configure SharePoint Server 2013. In this instance, I am running a SharePoint Server 2013 RTM, Windows Server 2012, and SQL Server 2012.
- Install Office Web Apps Server 2013 in a distinct server. Office Web Apps Server could not be installed on a SharePoint server.
- Activate Web Server Role, Application Server Role, and Ink and Handwriting Services Feature in the Office Web Apps server.
- Deploy Office Web Apps Server 2013 using the guidance provided at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219455.aspx .
- Configure SharePoint Server 2013 to use Office Web Apps 2013 using the guidance provided at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff431687.aspx.
At this point, we could now enjoy viewing and editing our Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files using a web browser on computers and mobile devices.
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Another new feature in SharePoint is the Community Site. It is designed to provide forum facilities within the organization. Below are some of its features:
- Community Site Creation Facility.
2. Home, Categories, Members, and About pages.
3. Discussion Page
4. Community Tools
- Management of each discussion item
- Category creation and management
- Badges assignment to identify special users
- Reputation settings, including rating settings, member achievements point system, achievement levels, achievement badges, and gifted badges
- Community settings, including established date, and reporting of offensive content
5. Reputation Settings
6. Community Settings
7. What’s Happening and Top Contributors
8. Join Web Part
It provides the ability for non-members of a community site to join the community.
9. My Membership Web Part
It displays reputation and membership information for the current visitor of a community site.
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