SharePoint Q&A 4
- Published: 2 June 2020
Over recent months we have discussed what, why and the how’s in using a SharePoint Solution. This month, we are discussing the who’s within your SharePoint environment.
Let’s delve straight into it!
- Who can approve access requests? As a site owner you can access the site sharing options located in site permissions to approve and/or deny access requests from users. If you are unsure to what access you have and/ or require contact your manager.
- Who can create lists? Any member of a SharePoint Group can access, create, and edit lists; however, visitors of a group can only view (read only) a SharePoint list.
- How can I see who has access to a document/ file? There are two ways to view who has access to a specific SharePoint file. The first refers to using the three ellipsis and navigating down to manage users, here you can see which individuals and/or groups have access. An alternate way is by navigating to site permissions.
- Where can I view who deleted a file – As an administrator you can view who has deleted a document, file, or folder by navigating to site settings > audit log reports, followed by deletions.
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