Organizations use Microsoft SharePoint to create websites. You can use it as a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from any device. All you need is a web browser, such as Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox. Want to learn more? Get started with SharePoint.
Take a look at the latest version of SharePoint. When you create a new team site, this is what you’ll see for SharePoint and SharePoint Server 2019.
What is SharePoint?
SharePoint products and downloads
"SharePoint" can refer to one or more SharePoint products or technologies, including:
SharePoint in Microsoft 365 A cloud-based service, hosted by Microsoft, for businesses of all sizes. Instead of installing and deploying SharePoint Server on-premises, any business can subscribe to a Microsoft 365 plan or to the standalone SharePoint Online service. Your employees can create sites to share documents and information with colleagues, partners, and customers. To get started storing your files on your team site, see Set up Microsoft 365 file storage and sharing. Give Microsoft 365 a try.
SharePoint Server Organizations can deploy and manage SharePoint Server on-premises or with an Office 365 Enterprise subscription to take advantage of all the latest features. And it offers additional features and capabilities, such as modern site pages, modern web parts and authoring, modern lists and libraries, modern search, integration with PowerApps, Power BI and MS Flow, and SharePoint home page. Download SharePoint Server 2019.
SharePoint Designer 2013 A free program last released in 2013. Used to build powerful, workflow-enabled solutions. And used to edit external content types for an external data solution based on Business Connectivity Services. Download SharePoint Designer 2013.
OneDrive sync A desktop program that you can use to sync documents from a team site or OneDrive for work or school to your computer for offline use. Learn more about OneDrive.
For more info about trying, buying, or using SharePoint products and technologies, see SharePoint product information.
If you’re familiar with SharePoint and want to know what’s changed recently, see Follow the latest updates in SharePoint and Differences between SharePoint Server 2016 and 2019.