SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata

Report
SharePoint 2010
Taxonomy Features
Presenter: Sasha Shevelev
Agenda
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Key Concepts
Enterprise Keywords
Managed Terms
Office 2010 Integration
Metadata Navigation
Document Sets
What is Taxonomy?
The study of tax
b) The art of mounting the skins of animals
so that they have lifelike appearance
c) The first hit by Swedish group Aha
d) The practice and science of classification
a)
Metadata in SharePoint
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Content Types
◦ Document Sets
Columns
 Enterprise Keywords
 Managed Metadata
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Enterprise Keywords
Enterprise keywords are the ones that
users create on their own to tag their
documents when they’re uploading them
into Document Libraries, for example.
Such tagging by non-experts is referred
to as creating a folksonomy, or a more
informal taxonomy.
 They have nothing to do with Star Trek.
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Enterprise Keywords
Demo
Content Types
Columns
•Col1
•Col2
•Etc
Policies
•Retention
•Labels
•Etc
Work
Flows
A list comprises of Content Types
Content
Type1
Content
Type2
Content
Type..
List or Library
Content Types
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Building block of all lists and libraries
Content Types Advantages
Central Management (Inheritance)
 Consistency across libraries
 Reuse
 Searching & Filtering
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Gotcha – Changing content types later
doesn’t get updated in DIP.
Managed Terms
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Managed terms are ones that have
been created by experienced content
owners or the company taxonomist, and
are arranged into a traditional hierarchy.
Managed Terms
Demo
Document Sets
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Document Sets is a new feature in
SharePoint Server 2010 that enables an
organization to manage a single
deliverable, or work product, which can
include multiple documents or files.
Document Sets
Demo
Considerations
Which content types are required?
 Site Columns or Managed Metadata
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◦ i.e List of clients
Enterprise Keywords or Managed Terms
 Allow users to create keywords or not?
 Should Document Sets be used?
 Show the full path?
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More Information
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http://vimeo.com/8079920
Sasha Shevelev
[email protected]
02 9370 3602
0400 200 533
Website: http://www.webcoda.com.au
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