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SharePoint 2013 For Dummies by Ken Withee

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Chapter 17

Taking SharePoint Mobile

In This Chapter

arrow Understanding how SharePoint works with mobile devices

arrow Making views mobile in a SharePoint app

arrow Viewing Microsoft Office documents on a mobile device

Mobile devices quickly took the world by storm. I have grown so attached to my smartphone that I can barely remember what it was to not have it with me. I check e-mail, text, browse the web, view status updates, and generally stay connected whenever and wherever I choose. I no longer get that nagging feeling that I need to remember to do something when I get back to the office. When something comes up, I deal with it and then carry on with what I was doing. And of course, there are always those times when I choose to just turn off my smartphone and revert to the past.

In this chapter, you explore the mobile aspects of SharePoint. SharePoint 2013 has been particularly designed to work with mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. You see how to create special views in your apps for mobile devices and how to target channels toward specific devices such as a tablet or smartphone. This chapter also shows you how to push content to devices and set items in lists with location information. ...

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