Classifying and Organizing Your Content

Intellectual property has the shelf life of a banana.

—Bill Gates

With so much content and so many lists and libraries containing content, how can you ever scale to have a useful enough reach where you can guide your users in managing and organizing their content effectively? Rather than finding yourself caught up with individual content containers, or even with individual sites, you can influence how your organization manages and organizes content through a feature in SharePoint called content types. In this chapter, I provide guidance on how to use content types to organize and manage content ...

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