Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Best practices for participation, part of Yammer Essential Training.
…In the world of email, there are some rules,…some best practices around how we send and…receive email, that were created when the world of email users was very small.…And, one of the rules is, don't type all in caps, you're shouting.…And that's moved over into the world of social media as well.…Another rule is, when you send a message to someone, they are supposed to reply.…Another is that when you copy someone on a message they don't need to reply.…
And by following all of these rules it makes our correspondence much easier.…You should always reply to a message when you are mentioned.…So if someone calls you out.…And you are mentioned in a message.…This would then show up in your inbox.…This makes it easy to know when that happens.…And you should be replying.…But you should also reply when there's a question being asked.…And you believe you have an answer.…Now, if you're not sure you have an answer,…you can be a little more circumspect about it.…
And say, you might consider.…Or, this worked for me.…Or, could you tell me more.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Setting up a new Yammer network
- Editing your profile
- Using Yammer on a phone or tablet
- Viewing the Home Feed
- Checking your inbox
- Sending a private message
- Chatting with contacts
- Joining groups
- Inviting others to a private group
- Following conversations
- Collaborating with notes
Skill Level Intermediate
1. How Yammer Works
2. Getting Started
3. Using the Home Feed
4. Joining Groups
5. Creating and Managing a Group
6. Participating in Conversations
7. Praise and Polling
8. Collaborating with Others, Using Notes
9. Working with Files
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