Compliance Tracker 365 uses simple tags (also known as ‘terms’) to target content to people. Each site collection in SharePoint can use different term sets to support a wide variety of business uses. Term groups and term sets, used to store the tags, can be created in the current site. These terms are only used within the current site, or at the tenant level for sharing across sites.
To start, lets create a new site collection-based term set and add a term called ‘All Staff’.
Learn how to manage Term Set roles and permissions here
Tenant wide / Site Collection
Minimum permissions: Term Store Contributor
Open your site as a Site Collection Administrator and navigate to Settings > Site Settings > Site Administration > Term store management, or replace “myTenant” and “mySite” below and copy the link.
Tenant Name: Site Collection:
Under Global term groups (or Site level term groups), click Add Term groups
Enter the name of the term group, in our example we’ll use Compliance Tracker 365.
Once created, click the 3-dots next to the group and select Add term set, create ‘Tracker Terms’ and finally click the 3-dots to add the ‘All Staff’ term.
The ‘All Staff’ term will be used to create profiles for ‘All Staff’ and target mandatory and optional content to these people. Next, we’ll deploy the optional Power Platform Solution to manage Profiles.
You have view-only access to the term store properties
If you see the message “You have view-only access to the term store properties” and are unable to create a Site level term group, take the following steps as a site administrator…
- Start to create a new site column by opening the following link from your SharePoint site
- Scroll down to select a Term set and choose Customize your term set. This will create you a new Untitled term group.
- Once created, close the page and head back to the Term Store Management.