Office Tips & Tricks: 5 more ways to use Yammer

Office Tips & Tricks: 5 more ways to use Yammer

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Interested in using Yammer but not sure where to start? Back in May, we posted five ways to use Yammer. If you missed it, you can catch up on that post here.

 

And if you are still looking for inspiration, here are five more ways to use Yammer:

  1. Hold a YamJam:  A YamJam is a focused on-line discussion, using Yammer, where a group of people get together at the same time to share ideas, questions and views usually on a single topic.  You can get some practical tips on how to organise a YamJam in this article from the Microsoft Community. Or read this case study from Brighton & Hove City Council.
  2. A networking tool:  Follow others outside your School, course or department to find out more about what’s happening at NTU.
  3. Create a private Yammer group:  Great for a working party or project group where participants are from different campuses or departments, and only open to those invited.
  4. Post an interesting link: Posting a link can be a great way of starting a conversation or share ideas, especially if you encourage others to reply to you.  
  5. Give feedback:  If you read something on Yammer and have some useful feedback or other information then why not either post a reply, or send a private message?  You can also Like a post made by others.

 

NTU staff and students can visit the Office Central learning room to find out more about Yammer. You will need to log in to NOW to view the learning room.  (Please note: Office Central is an internal resource only accessible by NTU staff and students).

 

Did you find this Tip & Trick useful?

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