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It’s just like creating a table in Word or Excel: each column you create means more information contained in each row.
The only difference is that a list has all the features of Share Point for versioning, for content approval, and for work flows. They’re table, but instead of being just regular tables for managing content or data, the table is actually for the documents themselves.
Instead of putting your document straight into a file folder in File Explorer, you put them in a document library.
Then you have columns that let you classify, manage, and tag your content—making finding your document that much easier.
If you want to keep it simple, a Share Point site is basically a box.
It’s not something you install and everybody gets the same thing.
Later on, you’ll see there are other little objects like columns, side columns, content types, and other things like that.