Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Editing a note, part of Yammer Essential Training.
…Up to 12 people can be editing a note at one time.…Currently Lisa and I are both editing.…And I can tell that she's entering information.…I'm not typing at all, so that's great.…Each person gets assigned a color.…My color is green and hers is blue.…So I'm going to go ahead and enter some information.…Just as I can see Lisa's changes in blue, if I want to see my own changes I…can highlight those as well, which shows me what's changed since we've started.…
All changes, including mine.…And if I wanted to invite other members to collaborate here, I could.…So I could invite Charles for…example because Charles is a member of this group as well and…see if he would be interested in filling in some information on the afternoon.…You might notice that as Lisa is typing that it looks almost like it's going on…the screen character by character and…it actually is, because every single change is being saved.…That's at the character level.…So if something happens that I'm in the middle of typing, I don't have to publish…
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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