Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Private message a colleague, part of Yammer 2018 Essential Training.
- [Narrator] A private message is like a chat…that you can have with one person…or with more than one person.…You'll notice private messages in the pane on the left.…If I want to have a private message with Charles,…I can click…and notice that we already have…a private conversation going.…And I'm going to reply to Charles in this private message…and say...…I'm reading it right now.…Thought provoking.…I'd love to talk more about this.…
The only people in this conversation,…Charles and Gini, nobody else.…Now if I want to notify additional people,…I can drop them in here.…I can also mark this as unread.…I can stop following this message in my inbox.…Or I could move this message to a particular group…so that other people could participate.…Rather than simply notify additional people here…if I have a group…and it makes sense for that conversation…to be in the group,…then what I might wish to do is ask Charles.…
I mean, he posted this privately for a reason.…I'm not sure why.…I could say, can we move this PM, private message,…
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
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