SharePoint Taxonomy Introduction By QuontraSolutions

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Published on November 10, 2014

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SharePoint Taxonomy Introduction By QuontraSolutions: SharePoint Taxonomy Introduction By QuontraSolutions Email : [email protected] Call : 404-900-9988 WebSite : www.quontrasolutions.com What is Metadata?: What is Metadata? Metadata is information that describes, classifies or identifies a piece of information.  Metadata is typically described as a set of attributes that help to describe or classify an object. 2 This is Metadata… : This is Metadata… 3 This is Metadata…: This is Metadata… 4 This is Metadata…: This is Metadata… 5 Governance/Standards/NameVersionStandard_v01_20090416.doc Advanced Metadata – Synonyms: Advanced Metadata – Synonyms 6 Blue = Bleu = Blau = Each of these terms point to the same concept… Advanced Metadata - Hierarchies: Advanced Metadata - Hierarchies 7 What is a Taxonomy?: What is a Taxonomy? The science dealing with the description, identification, naming, and classification of organisms. A classification into ordered categories. 8 Why is Metadata Important?: Why is Metadata Important? Identification of unique records Aggregating content based on common attributes or types Search indexes metadata Filtered views Browse Security and permissions Workflow and Document Lifecycle 9 Taxonomy Tools in SharePoint…Which Ones Do We Use?: Taxonomy Tools in SharePoint…Which Ones Do We Use? 10 Content Types Site Hierarchy Security Term Trees Collaboration Folksonomy / Social Search Publishing Social / Personal Site Templates Site Collections Structure Consumption Views Browse Taxonomy Lifecycle Records Management Classification Content Types: Content Types Reusable collection of settings that you want to apply to a certain category of content Content types are “inherited” Content type defines: Metadata New, edit and display forms Workflows Document template Content types are scoped to a site and then available to sub-sites and child lists Updating content types push changes down to the children Content types drive information management policies for retention and document routing Content types live in Site Collections but can be syndicated 11 Site Columns: Site Columns Can be added to Lists, Document Libraries or Content Types Site columns scoped to a site and then available to sub-sites and child lists Site Column type can be Managed Metadata 12 Managed Metadata: Managed Metadata Collections of centrally managed terms (term sets) Shared across site collections and web applications Terms Sets are: Hierarchical sets of terms Local to Site Collection or global Open (users can add terms) or Closed (users cannot add terms) Terms support synonyms Enterprise keywords used for folksonomy 13 Document Lifecycle: Document Lifecycle 14 Create Review Revise Publish Update Delete Declare as Record Dispose Archive Thank you!: Thank you! 15

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