Exam 77-419 Microsoft SharePoint 2013
Exam 77-419 Microsoft SharePoint 2013
Published: June 28, 2014
Audiences: Information workers
Technology: Microsoft Office 2013 suites
Credit toward certification: MOS
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam. View video tutorials about the variety of question types on Microsoft exams.
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Create and format content (25–30%)
Navigate the SharePoint hierarchy
Use Quick Launch, use All Site Content, use breadcrumb trails, add content to Quick Launch, use Content and Structure for navigation
Manage lists and libraries
Create lists or libraries, edit properties for new items, enable email notifications on lists or libraries, provide shortcuts to a mobile site URL, manage document templates, manage list views, create alerts on lists or libraries, use ratings, add columns, add content validation, manage column properties
Manage list items
Create new list items, edit content, delete list items or documents, version list items, publish assets, manage existing workflows, upload documents, create and manage announcements, collaborate with Microsoft Office assets (calendars, spreadsheets, web apps)
Manage document sets
Add documents to document sets, create document sets, activate and deactivate document sets
Manage lists and libraries with many items
Introduction to document sets
Manage SharePoint sites (30–35%)
Create new site pages, use templates, edit and delete existing site pages
Perform administrative tasks on sites and workspaces
Create new sites or workspaces using templates, configure site or workspace structures, configure the Content Organizer, display a list of all user alerts, modify Look and Feel, recover assets (lists, libraries, documents, list items), use document and meeting workspaces, view site web analytics, view detailed reports
Manage Web Parts on a page
Add Web Parts, configure Web Parts, hide or remove Web Parts, export or import Web Parts
Manage content types
Associate content types to lists, extend the columns of content types, create custom content types
Manage users and groups
Create groups, manage groups, manage user access, manage group permissions
How to: Create a page layout in SharePoint 2013
Configure and deploy Web Parts in SharePoint 2013
Determine permission levels and groups in SharePoint 2013
Participate in user communities (15–20%)
Configure My Site
Add keywords, add colleagues, select themes, configure the Colleague Tracker Web Part, configure RSS feeds, configure My Profile
Collaborate through My Site
Update profile status, share pictures in My Site, manage personal documents, share documents in My Site, browse the organization hierarchy, add Web Parts to My Site
Add tags and notes to content
Add notes to the Note Board for lists or libraries, add tags for lists or libraries, rate items, use tag clouds, review tags on My Site
Configure My Sites in SharePoint Server 2013
Social and collaboration features in SharePoint 2013
Configure and consume site search results (15–20%)
Perform search administration at the site level
Configure searchable columns, configure list searches, configure site search visibility
View search results
Browse search results, use Best Bet results, use the Refinement Panel, use alerts and RSS feeds with search results, preview documents
Perform advanced searches
Use Boolean operators in searches, use wild cards in searches, use property searches, use phonetic searches, use People Search, use advanced searches
Manage the search schema in SharePoint Server 2013
Search in SharePoint Server 2013
Plan to transform queries and order results in SharePoint 2013
Who should take this exam?
Candidates for the Microsoft SharePoint 2013 exam should have a sound understanding of the SharePoint environment and the ability to perform all site-level tasks. They should know and demonstrate the correct application of the principle site, library, and list features of SharePoint 2013. Candidates should be able to optimize and customize SharePoint sites to provide structure, solve problems, facilitate collaboration, and enhance productivity. Examples of application include managing list permissions, adding content to Quick Launch, creating team sites, and modifying library views. Candidate roles might include technical support staff, project managers, team leads, department heads, and others.
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