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Create Term Set And Terms In SharePoint Online

Posted By:Kaviya Balasubramanian       Posted Date: November 28, 2015    Points: 200    Category: SharePoint    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

In SharePoint we can create term set in multiple ways using SharePoint portal, CSOM or JSOM and import the CSV files, etc. In this article I've shared how to create term set and terms using SharePoint online admin portal. This is the easy way to create terms in SharePoint for the beginners.
 

Steps:

The following are the steps to create group, term set and terms.

Step 1: Go to your admin portal (URL: https://xxx-admin.sharepoint.com/ ) as in the following screenshot:

Site collection

Step 2: Then select "Term store" from the left navigation.

Term store

Step 3: On the Term store manager page select the dropdown from term store to create a new group as in the following screenshot:

create a new group

Step 4: Provide the Group Name. Under the Taxonomy group you can create multiple terms sets.

Taxonomy group

Step 5: Enter the details of the group as per your need and click on save to store the group details.

group details

Step 6: Select the drop down from the group which you have created. You can see the option to create term set under the group as in the following screenshot:

create term set under the group

Step 7: Select the "New Term Set" and provide the term set name and term set details, after that click save.

New Term Set

Term Set sample

Step 8: On the Term set, click the dropdown to create terms under the term set so that you can create multiple terms.

create multiple terms

Finally, Taxonomy group, term set and terms created successfully.

demo term set

Summary

In this article we have learned what is the taxonomy, group, term set, terms and their types, and also we learned how to create those in SharPoint Online without any code.

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