On-going Control with Office 365 Lifecycle Actions
To avoid chaos, it is important to manage Office 365 objects on an on-going basis. They need to be kept under control and relevant to users. It is vital to ensure that these Office 365 Objects are managed in a consistent way. With ProvisionPoint 365 you can use Actions to effectively manage SharePoint Sites, Office 365 Groups, Planner, Microsoft Teams and more.
With ProvisionPoint 365, an administrator can define which actions can be completed for specific objects or containers. These actions include changing site ownership, managing security and updating classification data. Also, there is the option to delegate a delete action for SharePoint sites, Office 365 Groups, and Microsoft Teams.
Approval processes can be assigned to each Office 365 Action, to give further control. Most importantly these Actions are available to Owners without the need to grant them full administrative rights.
Create Custom SharePoint Lists and Libraries
Site owners can also use ProvisionPoint 365 to enhance an existing site by creating new lists and libraries. They are able to create a new List or Library from a selection of Templates, without the need for administrative privileges. This is accessed from the Actions Tab for a specific SharePoint Site by using the Site Information screen.
Administrators can define whether the standard SharePoint List Templates are available to create. Also, administrators can define whether custom List Templates can be used within a SharePoint Site Collection. Furthermore, the Action of creating a List or Library can be extended by using Approval and Notification.
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