Microsoft Delve is a window into what others have access to. Hear about the common misconception that Delve exposes classified files. Discover how you can use Delve to make sure people see only what is relevant to them.
- [Instructor] It's common when someone first…discovers Delve for there to be a brief moment of panic.…This is showing something no one was supposed to see.…There's no need to worry.…Delve is only a window into what other users…already have access to.…Think of a house, where some rooms are clean…and some are messy.…If you put windows into certain rooms in that house,…people will be able to see in,…but it's not the window that makes the room messy,…it's just now people can see the mess.…It's the same with Delve.…You may learn something new about where…you've been storing files, but it was that way…before Delve gave that insight.…
To better understand Microsoft Delve,…it's important to understand what Delve is showing.…Initially many people think Delve…is exposing information from new sources…or revealing content it shouldn't have.…It's actually quite the contrary.…Delve only shows those things you already…have access to, it just shows them in a way…that provides a new level of transparency…across your organization.…
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- Exploring how Delve surfaces information
- Establishing privacy settings
- Navigating the Delve homepage
- Using content cards
- Organizing content with Delve boards and favorites
- Sharing content available through Delve
- Finding relevant experts
- Connecting with Delve through the Office 365 web application