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Create Site Collection in SharePoint 2013 Online

Posted By:Kaviya Balasubramanian       Posted Date: May 27, 2014    Points: 200    Category: SharePoint    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

In this article, I would like to share the procedure to create a new site collection in SharePoint 2013 online.
 

Procedure to create a new site collection in SharePoint online 

Use the following procedure to create a site collection.

Step 1: Open the "Microsoft Online Portal" (Admin Center) in your browser as in the following:

URL: https://portal.microsoftonline.com/default.aspx

Provide the username and password to login the portal, then you will be navigated to the online portal (Admin Center) as shown below.



Step 2: Then click on the "Admin" dropdown on the portal. On the dropdown select "SharePoint" as shown below.



Step 3: When you click on the SharePoint, you will be navigated to the "SharePoint Admin center" as shown below.



Step 4: Click on the "New" from the ribbon bar as shown in following and then select the "private site collection".



Step 5: Then you will get the pop-up to create the site collection, when you select the private site collection as shown below.



Step 6: Then provide the following details on the pop-up.

  • Title
  • Web site address
  • SharePoint version
  • Language
  • Type of template
  • Time zone
  • Administrator of site collection
  • Storage Quota
  • Server Resource Quota

After providing all the preceding details click "Ok" to create the site collection.



Finally the site collection will be created in SharePoint Online.

Summary

In this article we have explored how to create a site collection in SharePoint online. Happy learning.


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