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SharePoint Online, which is available as part of Microsoft Office 365, helps businesses create sites to share documents and insights with colleagues, partners, and customers. Team Sites, a feature of SharePoint Online, allow your organization, team, or group to connect with one another and collaborate on documents, post announcements, schedule meetings, maintain tasks, track issues or action items, store information in lists, and so on.
To maximize the effectiveness of Team Sites, it's helpful to develop and follow a plan for how you'll build and organize the site. The following questions, taken from Step 2 of Microsoft's four part "Getting Started with SharePoint Online series," will help with your planning:
Whether you're a site collection administrator, a site owner, or someone who is otherwise responsible for planning sites, these questions and the accompanying article will guide you through some of the key considerations involved in planning the structure and content for your sites.
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When entering the Website Address for a new site collection, the name can be appended to one of two paths: /sites/ or /teams/. Are there any reasons to select one over another? What is the purpose of having two paths? It seems that using both will just make the full URLs harder to remember...