Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Liking, replying, and sharing messages, part of Yammer Essential Training.
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…One of the advantages that social media has over email is the ability to…quickly show that you appreciate what someone has written or…that you agree with what they have said.…And you do that simply by choosing like.…So Colleen posted the new user checklist as a Word document so…that we can work with it in our Go Yammer group.…And I just want to thank her for doing that.…I'm just going to like that.…And Jodeen's saying, thanks for the reminder.…Love it when I get to check things off the list.…I like that she posted that so let's say like here.…
And it's very easy to say, oh Rob was talking about going out and…seeing the meteor showers.…It's just a great post.…So you can like and if you like something you think, oh not so…much when you finish reading it you can unlike it as well.…There's not a not like you can like or unlike, but…you can't say, oh this is an awful post.…And of course remember that some things aren't something that you necessarily want…to like you might prefer to reply rather than like something.…
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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