Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Searching your inbox, part of Yammer Essential Training.
…One of the rules for using Yammer is search first.…So before you post something,…search to see if someone else has already posted that comment or that question.…We're going to be creating groups later.…Before we create a group we want to make sure that group doesn't already exist so…we'll search first.…And it's very easy to search.…In order to search everywhere, here I am on my homepage,…and I can simply enter my search term here in the search box.…
And this will search for people, for groups, it will search for conversations.…It will search for people who have a particular phrase in their profile.…So if I search, for example, for…California and I press Enter, I get Jason Hemlock.…And the reason that I get Jason is that…he actually has spelled out the word California somewhere in his information.…Right here, he went to the California Institute of Technology.…
So, it's looking right down into people's profiles.…If I search for sales, I will find some groups.…I have a Region East Sales Meeting and I have Sales and Marketing.…
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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