what is Yammer? Sounds like a mating/dating app......
Microsoft's rationalisation of enterprise messaging continues, with Redmond putting its Yammer Enterprise offering on the end-of-life list. The announcement is made in this blog post: “With Office 365 applications such as SharePoint and OneNote becoming an integral part of the Yammer experience, users will need an Office 365 …
Tuesday 25th October 2016 05:42 GMT ad47uk
It is a social network thing for companies. I can see how it can be useful in some places, but I am not interested. I been told that we could have a section for our department to send notices and messages. we have about 10 people in our department, leave a note on the whiteboard if they want to leave a message.
Thursday 29th September 2016 23:36 GMT Bababooyah
We use it at work (very large corporation) for our associate resource groups, various product launches/campaigns & campus events and broadcasts. It is quite popular with a lot of us.
One can join a "group" (philanthropic, work group, resource group, etc) to see posts from that group.
> You can tag people within the org and hashtag, as well.
> You can use it to "Praise" someone who did exceptionally well on a project/whatever.
> You can run "Polls" on it, too.
> You can post pictures and links which display a preview like on LinkedIn.
Some of our groups include groups like: Southwest Campus, Southeast Campus, etc;
Women's Business Group, Admins Group, United Way Campaign, Wellness Group, Environmental Sustainability Group, PAC Group, Business Unit Groups, Product Groups, Diversity & Inclusion Group, Software Tip Groups, and so on.