A preview of the SharePoint Server 2010 site templates

When you create a new site in SharePoint Server 2010, you start by selecting a site template to base your site on. Site templates contain lists, libraries, pages, and other elements or features that support the needs of an organization. When you create a new site from a template, you can start using the site right away or customize the site so that it meets the needs or your team, your event, or your larger organization.

The following videos provide a quick preview of these templates, what they look like, what’s included, and how you might use them in your organization. Each video is less than a minute long so that you can go through them quickly and decide which template is best for you.

Site templates


Team Site

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Blog Site

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Document Workspace

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Document Center

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Records Center

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Basic Meeting Workspace

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Decision Meeting Workspace

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Social Meeting Workspace

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Blank Meeting Workspace

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Multipage Meeting Workspace

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Group Work Site

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Enterprise Wiki

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Personalization Site

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Visio Repository

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Publishing Site

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Publishing Site with Workflows

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Blank Site

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Templates not included in this article

The following SharePoint 2010 site templates were not included in this article but may be included in a future version.

  • Search templates: Basic Search Center, Enterprise Search Center, and FAST Search Center
  • Application-centric templates: Microsoft Project Site, PowerPoint Broadcast Center, and Business Intelligence Center
  • Site Collection templates: Publishing Portal and My Site Host
  • Access Web Database templates: Assets Web Database, Charitable Contributions, Contacts, Issues, and Projects

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Applies to:
SharePoint Server 2010