We can easily share a site with other users by a few clicks in SharePoint online as well as in SharePoint 2016/2013. During the share, we can also grant permission to those users who you want to use the site.
Now, let us see how to share a SharePoint site.
Share a Site in SharePoint
SharePoint 2016/2013 provides the easiest way to share your sites with other users. To share the site with other users, simply click on the “SHARE” button at the top right corner of the site.
Then it will display a popup where you can put user names, email address to whom you want to share as well as you can select what permission group you want to assign.
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In Office 365 SharePoint Online, you can share the site with external users who do not have licenses for your Office 365 subscription.
Hello Everyone!! I am Bhawana a SharePoint MVP and having about 10+ years of SharePoint experience as well as in .Net technologies. I have worked in all the versions of SharePoint from wss to Office 365. I have good exposure in Customization and Migration using Nintex, Metalogix tools. Now exploring more in SharePoint 2016 🙂 Hope here I can contribute and share my knowledge to the fullest. As I believe “There is no wealth like knowledge and no poverty like ignorance”