Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Mention a person in a post, part of Yammer 2018 Essential Training.
- [Narrator] If I would like to loop someone…into a conversation, the easiest way I can do that…in Yammer is simply to mention them.…For example, in the Engineering and Manufacturing Group,…Charles has posted some information.…Now this group has five members,…and it does not include Robert Molina,…who I believe would love to know something about…this particular conversation that we're having.…The research paper is only part of it.…So, I'm going to right here post to Rob,…and I can use the @ sign first and search for results…and start typing Robert Molina,…but if I simply start with typing the name,…Yammer is looking for everybody…who's in our active directory, so I can say Robert Molina,…I think you could add a lot to the current conversation…in the Engineering and Manufacturing Group,…which is actually called the E&M Group.…
This is going to be posted in this group,…but notice that Robert will also be notified.…That's the point of my mentioning or calling him out.…Click Post.…There it is in the group.…He's copied, so it will show up in his notifications.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- What is Yammer?
- Setting up a Yammer network
- Using the home feed
- Following people and topics
- Posting messages
- Communicating with colleagues
- Joining Yammer groups
- Participating in group conversations
- Working with shared files
- Administering a Yammer group
Skill Level Beginner
1. How Yammer Works
2. Getting Started
3. Using the Home Feed
4. Manage Your Communications
5. Work in a Group
6. Work with Files
7. Create and Administer Groups
Next steps1m 50s
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