SharePoint Search 2013 Webinar by MVP Benjamin Niaulin - Sept 2, 2015

Posted by Asif Rehmani on Aug 19, 2015

One of the major changes brought to SharePoint 2013 is around Search. With the new Continuous Crawl, the new architecture and the many changes to the existing and new Web Parts, your architecture will need to be re-worked. This no-cost webinar session is for those with experience in SharePoint 2010 that want to see how we can exploit the new features and Web Parts to build our own new Search Center. 

Webinar on Wednesday, Sept 2nd, 2015 12pm-1:15pm Eastern USA timezone

This session will cover: 

  • What is Continuous Crawl 
  • Using Analytics to better the user experience with search 
  • Changes and new Web Parts for Search (refinement, search results, content search, etc.) 
  • Result Types and Rules 
  • Display Templates 
  • And more… 

Register for Webinar

The release of the new SharePoint 2013 with this advanced Search will greatly influence the way you architect your SharePoint. This session gives you the opportunity to see what can be done with Search so you don’t have to say “I wish I knew that before”. 

Title of webinar: SharePoint Search 2013 webinar presented by SharePoint MVP Benjamin Niaulin Sept 2, 2015

Webinar timing: Wed, Sep 2nd, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM Eastern USA timezone

Cost: None

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About the Presenter: BenjaminNiaulinBenjamin Niaulin

Geek and SharePoint MVP, Benjamin has been around the globe helping people reach their goals by simplifying SharePoint. As a Certified Trainer for over seven years, he has become very comfortable training and sharing his experiences. He works at Sharegate, a simple Migration Tool for SharePoint, but his focus is in helping making SharePoint accessible to all. But first of all, Benjamin is just a geek, and in love with SharePoint since the beginning of the 2007 version up to now amidst the cool new features in SharePoint 2013. A passionate speaker, his sessions are always very engaging.

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