Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Logging into Jive, part of Learning Jive.
- Each time you log in to Jive, you'll be on your organization's login page. This is the login page for Kineteco. It's plain vanilla. This is how it looks out of the box. And it's possible that when you log in, you do not see the right-hand, information in the right-hand column. You do not see the information in the right-hand column because your organization only allows people to log in after they've been added to Jive, whereas this organization, Kineteco, allows anyone with a Kineteco.info address to log in themselves, essentially to invite themselves.
To log in, you'll enter your email information. You can tell I've been here already because it keeps it, and you can also tell that I've logged in already, because it keeps my password. If you don't share your computer, you could simply say keep me logged in, and then unless you explicitly log out, if you're working on your computer, your laptop, an unshared desktop, then this is a good thing to do. You'll see links that say I forgot my password, I forgot my username. Those links may or may not appear based on how your organization has configured password reset and how it's configured finding your username.
If I didn't have an account yet, I could actually add my information here and confirm my address to ensure that my address is valid and that I can log in to Jive. However, I've been in before, this is my address, this is my password. I'm clicking Authenticating, and here I am logged into Jive.
- Compose status updates featuring links, images, and mentions.
- Explain the difference between direct messages and discussions.
- Support group projects by assigning edit privileges for uploaded documents.
- Identify three ways to post videos on Jive.
- Use appropriate marking options to improve workflow.
- Organize project deadlines by creating and assigning tasks in Jive.