Microsoft 365 Certified
Teamwork Administrator Associate
Microsoft 365 Teamwork Administrators configure, deploy, and manage Office 365 workloads that focus on efficient and effective collaboration, such as SharePoint (online, on-premises, and hybrid), OneDrive, and Teams.
Step 1: Review the skills and knowledge required to certify.
- Exam details for Exam MS-300
- Exam details for Exam MS-301
- Exam details for Exam MS-302 (transition exam for people who have passed Exam 70-339)
Step 2: Train for certification exams.*
- Find classroom and online training
- Explore more training on Microsoft Learn
Step 3: Take a practice exam.
- Microsoft Official Practice Tests are coming soon
Step 4: Schedule your exam and get certified.
- Schedule to take Exam MS-300
- Schedule to take Exam MS-301
- Schedule to take Exam MS-302
Exam MS-300: Deploying Microsoft 365 Teamwork
Exam MS-301: Deploying SharePoint Server Hybrid
Exam MS-302: Microsoft 365 Teamwork Administrator Certification Transition
This exam is intended only for candidates who have taken Exam 70-339: Managing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016. If you have not taken Exam 339, you will not earn a certification by taking this exam. MS-302 retires on July 31, 2019.
Skills and knowledge
Candidates who earn a Teamwork Administrator certification are verified by Microsoft to have the following skills and knowledge.
- identify procedures for creating, deleting, and restoring site collections
- assign users or groups as site collection administrators
- plan and configure navigation
- design site collection and subsites structure
- configure site collection settings and features
- plan and configure App Catalog
- plan and deploy apps with proper permissions and licenses
- plan and create the term store structure
- plan and configure term store security
- maintain the term store
- assign guest licenses
- configure restricted domains
- plan and configure guest sharing and site access
- configure user profile properties
- archive or delete unused artifacts
- plan for Information Rights Management
- modify storage limits for SharePoint Online
- create and update search dictionaries
- manage query suggestions
- create result sources
- manage the search schema
- manage search center settings
- monitor search usage reports and crawl logs
- research, troubleshoot, and resolve reported issues
- monitor service health issues
- monitor SharePoint usage and usage patterns
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