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#5 Lists - Share a list with colleagues so they can enter data.

This blog post belongs to the Microsoft Lists series

#1 Lists - What is Microsoft Lists or Lists?
#2 Lists - Using Microsoft Lists in 3 steps!
#3 Lists - Using a current SharePoint list in Microsoft Lists.
#4 Lists - Converting an Excel file to a List
#5 Lists - Sharing a list with colleagues so they can enter data
#6 Lists - Microsoft Lists in Teams is now generally available (GA)

In blog 4, you went about converting an Excel file to a SharePoint list. After this modification is done, it is crucial that this list will be shared with colleagues so that people will not revert to Excel files.

Sharing a Microsoft list

Open your newly created list via the view you obtained by modifying the OneDrive URL in blog #2.

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Choose the necessary permissions - grant the access needed.

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Example - press "grant access"

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The recipient receives this message

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Where do you best put your lists?

This list is published on your OneDrive from 365tips. You can see that from the url above. /Personal

Lists are best put on SharePoint or Microsoft Teams. So that when someone leaves the organization. This data is central.

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Annelies
1 year ago

Can you work simultaneously with colleagues in a list? We share a list to keep contact data up-to-date, with more than 100 people, so it sometimes happens that people want to update their data simultaneously

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