Asked by: Osman Kleinar
asked in category: General Last Updated: 16th February, 2020

How long does it take to learn SharePoint?

Duration: take some time 3–6 months. It is configruation of sharepoint on server , and nature of set up websites and deployments. Network related , load balancing, powershell. DUration : 3 months.

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Also, is SharePoint hard to use?

Just as a user--It is not hard to learn user-level basics (uploading files, accessing files, searching for things via tags, etc.), but there are a LOT of extra things you can do with it that does take some time to learn but it is not difficult. SharePoint is the easiest collaboration tool one can have.

Likewise, how long does it take to become a SharePoint administrator? Project+ should take you two to three months to complete; the PMP usually takes most people at least one (and sometimes two) college semesters to complete (and you can find plenty of good college-level courses to help you prepare for that cert).

Similarly, you may ask, how long does it take to build a SharePoint site?

A typical SharePoint project takes about 3–6 months and has the following timeframes: discovery and analysis – 2–4 weeks; design, deployment and configuration – 4–6 weeks, testing – 4–5 weeks, training – 1 week, support – 4 weeks.

How do I learn SharePoint?

  1. Step 1: Start using it.
  2. Step 2: Become a SharePoint junkie.
  3. Step 3: Attend Free SharePoint Webinars.
  4. Step 4: Join SharePoint User Group in your city.
  5. Step 5: Enroll in SharePoint Training.

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