Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video View your notifications, part of Yammer 2018 Essential Training.
- [Instructor] Most of us don't have jobs…that allow us to read every single post…that is made in our organization's Yammer.…How do we know what we should focus on?…Well, Yammer has two different notification systems…to let us know what activities we might be interested in.…The first are notifications about our inbox.…And if you look at my inbox icon,…you'll notice a little number five there in red.…That means I have five notifications in my inbox…that I have not yet looked at.…Next to it, we have another type of notification…and the icon for this is not…the inbox envelope, it's a bell.…
These notifications serve a slightly different purpose.…Let me explain the difference…between these two types of notifications.…In your inbox, you will receive notifications…that let you know that there is activity…about things you care about…or would probably choose to care about.…First, if you are following a conversation thread…and someone posts something new in that thread,…then you'll be notified,…and that notification will appear…
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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