March 29, 2017
VisualSP has helped over 1.5 million SharePoint users learn the content management system faster and more sustainably. Until recently, the only option for on-premises installation of its Help System for SharePoint was at the farm level. Enterprises using SharePoint Online in Office 365 were required to install the system into the entire tenant.
The company recently released a modified version of the Help System, VisualSP for Site Collections, which can be installed at the site collection level. The new version allows any site collection administrator to easily install and manage the robust in-context training solution without the need for farm or tenant permissions.
End users can get the help, training, and performance support they need to adopt SharePoint faster without relying on ineffective traditional training, unmanageable Internet searches, and other wasteful options. Site collection administrators can drive learning on SharePoint without heavy investments in IT.
“After many, many conversations with our customers and interested prospects, we determined that administrators had to have a more accessible way to install and deploy our outstanding training content,” said VisualSP CEO and founder Asif Rehmani. “We found that, although they really wanted our solution, it was sometimes challenging to get IT involved quickly so SharePoint administrators and developers could test it out.”
The VisualSP for Site Collections product provides users with training through a convenient Help tab that sits on the right of the screen. Users can move the tab up and down to improve screen viewing, and a quick click opens a menu of help and training topics for the page being viewed.
The VisualSP application, which is being offered with free training content, comes pre-built with…