Now companies that wish to upgrade to SharePoint 2016 can get their users to adopt the latest version quickly.
Chicago, ILL (PRWEB) November 02, 2016
Today VisualSP announced its release of the Help System for SharePoint 2016, adding to the company's stable of on-demand training and performance support products. The addition of the SharePoint 2016 help solution comes at a busy time for the company. It has just released an important update to its Help System line, and it is nearing the public beta release for its VisualSP Training for Office 365 solution.
"We are excited to be helping users learn and master Microsoft's latest SharePoint release," explained VisualSP CEO and founder Asif Rehmani. "Our team worked very hard to put this solution together, so we could launch this year. Now companies that wish to upgrade to SharePoint 2016 can get their users to adopt the latest version quickly."
The Help for SharePoint 2016 version adds a Help ribbon tab to the following contexts:
- Libraries, including document libraries, wiki page library, and publishing pages library
- Lists, including announcements list, calendar list, and contacts list
- Settings, including library settings, list settings, and site settings
Multimedia training artifacts include videos, quick reference screenshots, and step-by-step PDFs. Studies have shown that micro-training modules, such as those contained in the system, have a significant impact on training retention, task mastery, and user adoption.
VisualSP customers who are covered under the Software Assurance or Premium Support plans can receive the new version at no cost. For more information about the Help System for SharePoint 2016, visit the company's website at http://www.visualsp.com.
VisualSP® has been a leader in Elearning/performance support integrations with SharePoint since 2004. Once a leader in SharePoint training videos, VisualSP introduced its on-demand, inline Help System for SharePoint to assist end users in developing mastery over common SharePoint tasks. The company is led by Microsoft MVP and MCT Asif Rehmani. To learn more, visit http://www.visualsp.com.