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.
SharePoint Online introduced a new type of page, called a Site Page, that has a new look and feel compared to traditional Web Part and Wiki Pages. These new Site Pages are very sharp looking and can be used to share all kinds of content, from Meeting Locations to Upcoming Events to Important Document Libraries,
Let’s take a look at how to create a Sharepoint page. The steps are as follows:
Log into your Sharepoint website.
Go to the home page of your website.
You can also do this on a pre-existing page and select “New” and “Start From a Blank Page.”
Choose a page template to start with.
Give the page a name.
Before publishing, you can select “Save As Draft.”
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.
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 select Promote at the top of the page after the page is published.
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, check out 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.
Yammer: Allows you to send the page through your organization's Yammer channels.
Save page as template: Save the page so you can use it as a template to make similar pages more easily.
Copy address: The page address is shown so you can copy it and send to others.