Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Liking a message, part of Yammer Essential Training.
…One way to interact with Yammer conversations is by liking posts.…Certainly, if you take a look and someone's posted something and…you agree, you don't simply need to go in and click and write, I agree too.…Thank you very much.…Or, me too.…The way you do that is you choose like,…just as you would if you were using a social networking tool like Facebook.…So, if you had looked at a conversation and liked it and…you change your mind, you can unlike it.…
But I like a lot of what's going on right now.…I like Lisa's attitude of looking forward to collaborating with everyone.…She spent a lot of time working with me today.…And notice that Jodine liked it,…I'm going to like it as well, which means nobody has to write great job.…Hope setting up this group will be helpful.…And I like that Kimi took the initiative to create this sales and marketing group.…That's a great thing.…This is all wonderful.…So, Like is a way to say, you betcha.…Thank you very much.…And the other thing that Like does is, if someone posts and…asks, are you remembering that you need to do a particular task?…
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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