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Using pages is a great way to share ideas using images, Excel, Word and PowerPoint documents, video, and more. You can create and publish pages quickly and easily, and they look great on any device.

When you create a page, you can add and customize web parts, and then publish your page with just a click.

Notes: 

  • Some functionality is introduced gradually to organizations that have opted in to the Targeted Release program. This means that you may not yet see this feature or it may look different than what is described in the help articles.

  • You must be a site owner or SharePoint administrator to add pages. If you are a site owner but you are unable to add a page, your administrator may have turned off the ability to do so. 

  • This article applies to modern pages in SharePoint Online or SharePoint Server 2019. If you are using classic pages, or you are using an earlier version of SharePoint, see Create and edit classic SharePoint pages.

  • Creation of modern pages is supported in the Site Pages library only. Additionally, you cannot change the URL of a page.

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What would you like to do?

Add and publish a page

  1. Go to the site where you want to add a page. 

  2. Go to the home page of the site.

  3. Select + New, and then select Page.

    New Page

    Alternately, you can go to an existing page, select + New, and select Start from a blank page. Or, you can choose Copy of this page to create a new page that has the same web parts and content as the existing page.

  4. Choose a page template to start with.

    Template gallery
  5. Add a page name in the title area. A page name is required to save the page. See the Customize the title area.

  6. Add web parts

    Hover your mouse below the title area and you'll see a line with a circled +, like this:

  7. Plus sign for adding web parts to a page

    Click + to add content like text, documents, video and more. To learn more about how to find and use web parts, see Using web parts.

    Add to page button

    You can also add sections and columns to a page. To learn more, see Add sections or columns on a page.

  8. When you're done editing, you can click Save as draft to save your changes and close edit mode. Your audience won't see the page until you publish it. Only people with edit permissions on your site will be able to see it.

  9. When you are ready for your audience to see the page, click Publish.

    For more information on publishing and the lifecycle of a page, see Management and lifecycle of a SharePoint modern page.

Customize the title area

You can customize the title area with an image, a choice of four layouts, text above the title, the ability to change the displayed author, and you can show or hide the published date.

  • Add an image

    To add an image, click Add imageAdd image button in the toolbar on the left.

    Choose a recent image or get an image from stock images provided by Microsoft, from a web search, your site, your computer, or a link. If your organization has specified a set of approved images, you'll be able to choose from that set under Your organization. 

    Image of file picker options.

    Notes: 

    • Web search uses Bing images that utilize the Creative Common license. You are responsible for reviewing licensing for an image before you insert it on your page.

    • Images look best when they are landscape or 16:9 or greater in aspect ratio, and when they are at least 1 MB in size. For more information on image sizing, see Image sizing and scaling in SharePoint modern pages.

    •  If you're a SharePoint Admin and want to learn how to create an asset library for Your organization, see Create an organization assets library.

    • If you're a SharePoint admin, we recommend enabling a Content Delivery Network (CDN) to improve performance for getting images. Learn more about CDNs.

  • Additionally, you can set a focal point to get the most important part of your picture in the frame. Click Set focal point Set focal point button in the toolbar on the left, and within the image, drag the focal point where you want it.

    Focal point

  • Add, or change displayed page author

    In the title area, add a name, partial name, or email name in the author box. The name will be searched against your organization's profiles, and you will be presented with suggested people. Choose the one you want, and you're done! If you do not enter a name, an author byline will not show.

    Page author entry box

  • Choose a layout

    Click the Edit web part button Web part edit button, and in the toolbox on the right, choose the layout you want:

    Options for page layouts

  • Set alignment

    If the toolbox isn't already showing, click the Edit web part button Web part edit button, and in the toolbox on the right, choose Left or Center.

  • Add text above the title

    You can add text in a colored block above your title to qualify the title or call attention to something on the page, as in the example below where NEW is the text above the title. In newspaper jargon, this is called a kicker. The color of the block the text is in is based on your site theme.

    Text above title

    To add the text above your title, click the Edit web part button Web part edit button, and in the toolbox on the right, enter up to 40 characters of text in the Text above title box. Then, change the Show text block above title toggle to Yes.

  • Show published date

    To show the latest published date of the page in the title area, slide the toggle under this option to Yes.

To modify the title area later, just make sure your page is in edit mode, select the title area, and then use the toolbar on the left to change title text and other information, and use the image button to change the image. To change the name in the title area, just select the title area and type over the existing name.

Help others find your page

The first time you publish your page, you'll be prompted to help others find your page. If you want to do this later, you can click Promote at the top of the page after the page is published.

Options to help others find your page.

You can use one or more of the following options:

  • Add page to navigation: Adds a link to your page, using the page title, to the left-side navigation.

  • Post as News on this site: Adds a News post to the Home page of your site. For more information on News, see Keep your team updated with News on your team site.

  • Email: Allows you to send an email with a preview of the page and an optional message to your selected recipients.

  • Copy address: The page address is shown so you can copy it and send to others.

Edit your page

To make changes to your page, do this:

  1. Click Edit at the top right.

    When you click Edit, the page is checked out to you. As long as the page is open for editing, or checked out, no one else can edit it. The page is "locked" until changes are saved or discarded, or until the page is published. An exception is that if the page has no activity for 5 minutes, the editing session will time out and the page will be "unlocked."

  2. Make your changes. For help on page layout and using web parts, see Add sections and columns on a page and Using web parts on SharePoint pages.

  3. When you're done making changes, choose Save as draft to save your changes and close edit mode.

  4. If you're ready for users to see your changes, click Republish. For more information on publishing and the lifecycle of a page, see Management and lifecycle of a SharePoint modern page.

While making changes to your site, such as adding or modifying web parts, you can undo or redo the changes. Select Undo, and from the dropdown, select Undo or Redo as needed. (You can also use the keyboard shortcuts of Ctrl+Z or Ctrl+Y, respectively.)

Undo/Redo dropdown displayed when in Edit mode for a SharePoint site

Notes: 

  • Specific permissions are required to edit and rename pages. If you can't rename a page, contact your site administrator to make sure you have Delete Items permission. If you can't edit a page, make sure you have Browse User Information permission.

  • If you are used to working with customized pages and site definitions, you should know that this type of page has no association with a site definition; therefore, it cannot be reset to a site definition.

Use page anchors (bookmarks)

Page anchors (also known as bookmarks) are automatically added to Heading 1 styles in Text web parts on your page.  When a page is published, and you hover over a Heading 1 in a Text web part, you'll see a link symbol indicating the page anchor.

Example of page anchor link

You can right-click a page anchor and select "copy link" from your web browser's context menu to copy the page anchor location for use outside of SharePoint pages. Once the page anchor is on the clipboard, it can be pasted into emails, instant messages, or other such items. 

When you add a hyperlink to your page, you can jump to a Heading 1 in any text web part by appending the pound symbol (#) and the heading 1 text you want to jump to at the end of the link, as in this example:

Example of a link with bookmark

Use Immersive reader in pages

Use the immersive reader tool to help your audience focus on the content of your site. The immersive reader tool includes built in text to speech, and word-in-line highlighting. Immersive reader can be used to suit the individual needs of each site user making the site easier to engage with.

Site users can change the speed and voice of the reader, as well as various visual aspects of the text itself. Immersive reader also offers the ability to translate the content on the page to a wide variety of languages.

Screenshot of the immersive reader task bar

To use immersive reader:

  1. Select the Immersive reader option in the task bar.

  2. When the immersive reader page appears, adjust the Text preferences screenshot of text preferences icon, Grammar Options screenshot of grammar options icon, and Reading Preferencesscreenshot of reading preferences icon  .

  3. After you have chosen your immersive reader experience preferences, select Play at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The immersive reader feature is not available on the home page.

Expand content (focus mode)

Eliminate visual distractions by using expand mode in SharePoint Site Pages. Expand mode helps you focus on the primary content by removing navigation bars on the page.

Screenshot of the expand content task bar

Activate Expand content by selecting the Expand content icon screenshot of expand content icon   in the task par of the site page.

Expand mode can be deactivated by selecting the Collapse content icon  screenshot of collapse content icon  while in the Expand content view.

Save for later

People who view your page can find it more easily later by using the Save for later option at the bottom of the page. Once Save for later is clicked, it becomes Saved for later, and the associated icon is filled in.

Save for later command on a page

Note: Save for later is not supported for Guest users. They may be able to select Save for later, but the item won't be saved.

When Saved for later is clicked, a list of Recently saved items is displayed. You can click See all saved items to see the entire list of saved items.

Recently saved items

Send your page by email

When you use this feature, you can send an email that includes a link, thumbnail preview, description and an optional message to one or more people.

Send by email dialog box

Note: The people you share the link with must have the appropriate permissions to be able to see your page.

  1. At the top of your page, click Send by email.

  2. Enter the name(s) of the people you want to send to in the To: box, and add a message if you want.

  3. Click Send.

Where are pages stored?

Pages that you create, save, or publish are stored in the Pages library for your site. To get to the Pages library:

  1. Go to the site where your page is.

  2. On the top or left side navigation, select Pages.

    If you don't see Pages on the left side, select Site Contents from Settings  on the upper right, then on the left side of the Site Contents page, select Pages.

    Your page may be in a folder within the Pages library designated by the site owner.

Delete your page

SharePoint site owners and administrators can easily delete modern pages from a SharePoint site. For more information on how to delete a page, see Delete a page from a SharePoint site.

Using web parts

Web parts are the building blocks of your page. You'll see them when you click the + sign on the page to add content to your page. For more information on the different types of web parts and how to use them, see Using web parts on pages.

Sours: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/create-and-use-modern-pages-on-a-sharepoint-site-b3d46deb-27a6-4b1e-87b8-df851e503dec

How to add and manage SharePoint site pages?

Pages in SharePoint sites give you the freedom to share ideas in the form of images, videos, documents and more. We are here with a bunch of tricks and tips that let you create and publish pages into a SharePoint Site. You can also learn how to customize the title area of a page, edit the page, and how to make the page easy for others to find.

How to add and publish a page to SharePoint Site?

  • Go to the home page of the site where you wish to add page.
  • Click on + New and choose Page.
  • Enter Page Name in the Title area and Add web parts to the page.
  • Choose Save as draft once all changes are made.
  • Click Publish to make the page available for all.

Tips to customize the Title Area of the page

  • Add an image by picking Add Image in the toolbar on the left and choose Set focal point in the toolbar to bring the part of the image that you wish to be in the frame.
  • Add a name, email name or, partial name in the author box of the title area.
  • Pick a layout using the Edit web part
  • Set alignment by picking the Edit web part button and from the toolbox on the right, select left or center.
  • You can also display a piece of text above the title and show the published date of the page.

How to make it easier for others to find your page?

  • Click on Promote placed on the top of the page.
  • Pick Add page to navigation to add a link to your page, with the help of page title, along the left-side navigation.
  • Select Post as news on this site to add news posts to the home page of your SharePoint site.
  • The Email option can be utilized to deliver an email with the preview of the page to the preferred recipients. You can also add an optional message.
  • Copy the page address displayed and send them to people you want to visit the page.

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Steps to edit a page in your SharePoint Site

  • Visit the SharePoint site in which the page belongs.
  • Select Pages from the left side.
  • Choose your page and click Edit from the top right part.
  • Make the proposed changes and choose save and close.
  • Click Publish to start showing the edits to users.
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In this SharePoint Online tutorial, we will discuss what are site pages in SharePoint Online? Then we will see, how to create site page in SharePoint Online. I will also show you, how to copy an existing site page and create a new page from that in SharePoint Online.

We will also see:

  • How to copy site page from one site to another site using Power Automate or Microsoft flow.
  • Cannot create a site page. please have your administrator enable the required feature on this site
  • Create site page option missing in SharePoint Online modern sites
  • Site assets library missing SharePoint Online

What is a site page in SharePoint Online

SharePoint site page is used to display and organize the content in the pages of the SharePoint site. So each site has multiple pages and it can be located in the site page library in the SharePoint site.

SharePoint site pages are a great way to share ideas using images, excel, word and documents, and more. We can create and publish the page quickly and easily.

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How to Create site page in SharePoint online

Here we will learn how to create SharePoint site page in a modern SharePoint Online site.

Check out What is SharePoint Online Modern Experience.

Follow the steps to create SharePoint modern site page:

  • Open the SharePoint site where you want to create a page (Make sure you are at the home page).
  • Click on the Dropdown arrow next to the + New button.
  • Select Page.
create site page template in SharePoint Online
  • We get three options to create a site page using the SharePoint page template.
    • Blank– Start from scratch. Add column, text, images, link, video, and more.
    • Visual – Visually attractive template with a focus on images that complement your text.
    • Basic – Basic two-column template with an emphasis on text and example of text formatting.

I have used Blank template to create SharePoint site page.

create site page template in SharePoint Online
create site pages in SharePoint Online

Now, you can simple Publish the page and the site page will be available to the users.

But, if you want to display any information, then you can add various modern SharePoint web parts.

  • Click on the Plus button after each section to add web parts. For example, I have added File viewer, Document Library, News, and Event.
create site pages in SharePoint Online
  • After adding web parts, you can publish.

Now, page is created, you can see the page in SharePoint site.

create site pages in SharePoint Online

The file will be available in the Site pages library in the SharePoint Online site.

Copy Site Page and Create a New Page

Now, we will see how to copy site page in SharePoint Online by using an existing page.

Here we will learn how to copy pages in SharePoint sites

  • Open the SharePoint site
  • Navigate to pages in Quick launch.
  • Then select a page which page you want to make a copy.
  • Click on the Copy to icon to copy the pages in same site and same library.
copy SharePoint site page
  • Click On Copy here. After that you can see the replicate of that page.
copy SharePoint site page

Copy SharePoint site page using Microsoft flow or Power Automate

In modern SharePoint sites, there is no functionality to copy a SharePoint site page from one SharePoint site to another. But you can copy site pages from one SharePoint site to another using power automate. Using power automate you can copy a single page at a time.

You may like, What is Microsoft flow or Power Automate + How to use flow with examples.

To create a flow follow the steps

  • Open power automate (flow.microsoft.com)
  • Click on Create.
  • Select Instant cloud flow.
SharePoint online copy modern page to another site using power automate
  • Give a flow name, under choose how to trigger this flow click on Manually trigger a flow. Click on create.
SharePoint online copy modern page to another site
  • Click on the Next step to add an action.
SharePoint online copy modern page to another site
  • Select copy file for SharePoint.
sharepoint online copy modern page to another site
  • Give Current site address, file to copy(which file you have given that one will copy), destination site address, destination folder, and select copy with new name if another file is already in destination sites.
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  • Click on Save.
  • Then click on the Test icon and select manually and hit the Test button.
sharepoint online copy modern page to another site using flow
  • Sign in to run the flow. Once you get sign in click on the Continue
  • Click on the Run Flow
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  • Click on the hyper text Flow run page to see whether your flow is successful or not.
sharepoint online copy modern page to another site

Now, you can check destination site pages whether it is copied from source site.

SharePoint online copy modern page to another site using flow

This is how to copy site pages from one site to another site using Microsoft flow or Power Automate.

Cannot create a site page. please have your administrator enable the required feature on this site

Let us see, how to solve an error: Cannot create a site page. please have your administrator enable the required feature on this site. The error comes while trying to create a site page in SharePoint Online or in SharePoint 2013/2016.

Recently, I was trying to create a site page in SharePoint Online site. But it gave an error as Cannot create a site page. please have your administrator enable the required feature on this site.

The error looks like below:

Cannot create a site page. please have your administrator enable the required feature on this site

The error was coming because “Site Pages” feature is not activated in the SharePoint Online site.

Open SharePoint Online site, then click on the Gear icon -> Site Settings.

Then in the Site Settings page, click on “Manage site features” which is under “Site Actions“.

In the Site Features page, search for “Site Pages” site feature and click on Activate button to activate the “Site Pages” feature like below:

Cannot create a site page. please have your administrator enable the required feature on this site

This SharePoint we learned how to resolve Cannot create a site page. please have your administrator enable the required feature on this site error in SharePoint Online Office 365.

Create site page option missing in SharePoint Online modern sites

Now, let us see, how to enable create site page option in SharePoint Online modern sites. We will also see, how to enable modern UI experience in Office 365 SharePoint Online document libraries.

Recently we wanted to create a site page in Office 365 SharePoint online site to use Microsoft’s new Modern UI features. But when we open the new team site collection, we could not see an option to create a new Site Page in Site Pages library (where we can use the modern UI feature). We can only see Wiki Page, Web Part Page and Link like below:

site page option missing in SharePoint

Also, we can not see the Site Pages document library in Site Contents in SharePoint Online sites.

Create site page option missing in SharePoint

Here we wanted to have the Site Pages document library and also wanted to enable the New experience of the document library.

So first we need to activate the below site features. For this Open the SharePoint site settings page and then click on manage site features and then you can see below two features, activate these two features.

  • Site Pages
  • Wiki Page Home Page
create site page option missing in SharePoint Online modern sites

Next is we need to make sure to enable morden UI features for site pages to document library. For this Open the document library and then go to Library settings-> Advanced settings.

create site page link missing in SharePoint

And then go to List experience and choose the radio button (New experience) like below:

enable create site page option in sharepoint online

Once all the things are set close the browser and refresh. Next time you will open Site Pages, you suppose to get Site Page option as shown below.

enable create site page option in sharepoint online

Sometimes, after doing all these also, I can not see the Create site pages option. So we have to enable the site page option in the SharePoint Online admin center.

Open SharePoint Online admin center and go to the settings page. If you are using modern SharePoint Online admin center, then you can also directly access the Settings page from the below URL:

Then you will see an option as Site Pages. Here make sure Allow users to create Site Pages option is enabled.

If not enabled, enable it and it will take 3/4 hours to reflect.

create site page option missing in SharePoint

Here, we saw, how to solve the error create site page option missing in SharePoint Online modern sites. We saw how to enable create site page option in SharePoint Online modern site.

Site assets library missing SharePoint Online

Let us see, how to solve the site pages library missing in SharePoint Online or SharePoint 2013 issue. Also, sometimes you do not see the Welcome Page link under Look and Feel in the Site Settings page in SharePoint Online/2013/2016/2019.

Open SharePoint Online/2013 site, from the right side, click on the Settings icon and then click on Site Settings.

Under Site Actions click on “Manage site features”.

Then in the Site Features page, search for “Wiki Page Home Page” feature and click on Activate.

site pages library missing in sharepoint 2013

Now, go to Site Settings > Under Look and Feel Click on Welcome Page. It will appear like below:

Site pages links missing in SharePoint 2013

Similarly, the site pages library will also be available in the SharePoint Online/2013 site.

This is how to solve the site pages library missing in SharePoint 2013/2016 or SharePoint Online.

You may like the following SharePoint tutorials:

In this SharePoint tutorial, we will discuss:

  • What is a SharePoint Online site page?
  • How to create site page in SharePoint Online?
  • How to copy an existing site page and create a new page in SharePoint Online?
  • How to copy a site page in SharePoint Online from one site to another site using Power Automate or Microsoft flow?
  • Cannot create a site page. please have your administrator enable the required feature on this site
  • Create site page option missing in SharePoint Online modern sites
  • Site assets library missing SharePoint Online
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Bhawana Rathore

Bhawana Rathore is a Microsoft MVP (3 times in Office Apps & Services) and a passionate SharePoint Consultant, having around 10 years of IT experience in the industry, as well as in .Net technologies. She likes to share her technical expertise in EnjoySharePoint.com and SPGuides.com

Sours: https://www.enjoysharepoint.com/create-site-page-in-sharepoint-online/

Sharepoint is a Microsoft product that integrates with Microsoft Word. It’s a very secure and effective way to create small websites where teams can load documents and collaborate on. As long as you have a web browser, you can use Sharepoint.

How to Create a Page in Sharepoint

If you’re not sure how to create a Sharepoint page, we’ll help you through the process. We’ll even show you how to create Sharepoint site pages. Let’s dive right in.

Type 1: Create Sharepoint Pages

A Sharepoint page is used to display the contents on a site. From documents to pictures, you can display all sorts of information for your team. You can even upload Excel files and videos for team members to view.

You have to be a site owner or administrator to create pages. Administrators have the power to turn off page creation privileges, even for site owners. If you can’t create a page, that’s most likely what happened.

Let’s take a look at how to create a Sharepoint page. The steps are as follows:

  1. Log into your Sharepoint website.
  2. Go to the home page of your website.
  3. Select “New.”
  4. Select “Page.”
  5. You can also do this on a pre-existing page and select “New” and “Start From a Blank Page.”
  6. Choose a page template to start with.
  7. Give the page a name.
  8. Before publishing, you can select “Save As Draft.”
  9. If you’re ready to publish, select “Publish.”

It’s not hard to create a page. During the creation process, you can upload files for team members to access. They can be videos, Word documents, and more.

These are added using web parts. Web parts consist of boxes of text, documents, links, embedded files, and more. You can also add columns and sections to your page.

Columns and sections are a clean and simple way to partition your content on the page. When you segregate content this way, you’ll have a cleaner page. Your team will thank you for making locating specific sections easier.

Type 2: Create Sharepoint Site Pages

A Sharepoint Site is where you’ll be creating Sharepoint Pages. It’s the collection of all your pages and content. Your team will access a Sharepoint Site first before selecting a page to peruse.

To create a Site, you’ll need to have Sharepoint installed. Only then you can create your site.

  1. Install Sharepoint.
  2. Launch the program.
  3. At the start page, select “Create Site.”
  4. You’ll be brought to a creation wizard where you can select whether you want a Team Site or Communication Site.
  5. Name the site and add a description if you want.
  6. Choose the site’s sensitivity level of information.
  7. Decide whether the site will be public or private.
  8. Choose a default language for your site.
  9. Next, you’ll be brought to a pane to select the site owners and members.
  10. When you’re done, select “Finish.”
  11. Your site should be ready for editing.

Customizing your Sharepoint Site can be done by selecting “New” and choosing the many options available. You can also add web parts to your Site after creating a page or news post.

The various additions from “New” are:

  • List
  • Document Library
  • Page
  • News Post
  • News Link
  • Plan
  • App

Once you add one of these options, you can start customizing them. The web parts section will help you flesh out your content. After you’re done, you can either save them as a draft for further editing or publish them immediately.

Sharepoint Page Creation FAQs

What’s the Difference Between Sharepoint Pages and Site Pages?

Sharepoint Pages and Sites sound very similar. To clear up any confusion, let’s go through their definitions again.

Pages are the content on your Sites, containing documents and more. Site Pages are the main body that contains all your Pages and other content. In short, Pages are part of Sites.

A good analogy to remember is that of a home screen on your computer or phone. The home screen is the Site and the apps on your home screen are your pages. You need to reach the home screen first before you can access your apps.

You can’t update a Site Pages library by uploading documents. The only way to change the contents within is to create or modify pages through the normal interface.

Why Are Sharepoint Pages and Site Pages Separated?

They aren’t separated in newer versions of Sharepoint. However, in older versions of Sharepoint, things were different. Back then, Pages and Site Pages referred to different things.

In older versions of Sharepoint, Pages were libraries that documented all the content pages for your published Sharepoint site. They contained folders that store pages within.

Site Pages in the older versions of Sharepoint referred to a different library that contained all your pages as you create new content. This also included the home page.

The reason they were separated was that they served different purposes. Nowadays, this question is obsolete. Microsoft has eliminated the confusion and simplified how Sharepoint is used.

Can I Copy a Page in Sharepoint?

Yes, you can. There are three ways of doing so. Let’s take a look at all of them:

1. Go to Site Pages.

2. Select the page you want to copy.

3. Select “Copy To” or “Copy Here.”

4. If you select “Copy Here” the duplicate will have a number added behind the name.

5. Rename the duplicate and modify it as your wish.

Another method is to go to the page that you want to copy. This method won’t work with the Homepages, however.

1. Go to a page.

2. Select “New.”

3. Select “Copy This Page.”

4. Create a new page.

5. Paste the previous page.

6. Publish the new page.

A third method is to save the page as a template and then create a new page using the new template.

1. Go to a page.

2. Select “Publish.”

3. A sidebar will pop up, and you must select “Save As Page Template.”

4. Create a new page.

5. Select the template you want to use.

6. Publish the page.

This way, you’ll be able to copy pages as you wish. The process takes no time at all.

Do I Use Pages or Site Pages for Wiki Pages?

In modern versions, you don’t have to worry about this question. The modern pages will immediately take care of the pages for you. You don’t have to worry about the distinction at all.

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Now that you know how to create a page and site in Sharepoint, you can start working on the resources for your team. The older versions were very confusing to navigate. Thankfully, these problems are all but gone now.

Do you like using Sharepoint? Did you think the older versions were confusing? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Creating a page in SharePoint is a great way to communicate ideas or information to your team.

  1. From your site, select New > Page.

  2. Choose a template and select Create page.

  3. Select the title to edit the text.

  4. Select Change image to choose a new image. You can also choose a new focal point for that image.

  5. Select the plus sign to add a new section and choose the layout you want for that section.

  6. Select the plus sign within the section and choose a web part.

    After you insert a web part, you can edit and customize it however you want.

  7. To delete a web part or section, select it and choose Delete.

  8. When you're done, select Save as draft if you're not ready to publish yet or select Publish.

  9. Select Promote to help others find your page.

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