I’ve previously written about Yammer and how I think it has some neat potential applications. I’m actually writing this post to show some work colleagues how to get started with Yammer and how it could practically help in
- Limiting the mass e-mails that tend to overwhelm our inboxes,
- Ensuring that we are included in conversations that interest us, and
- Making non-confidential information that could help anyone in the organization easily available to everyone in the organization, instead of having it locked in the inboxes of a few.
Here’s a slideshow that takes you through the process, step-by-step, of joining (or creating) your company’s Yammer network.
I had originally planned for this to include a narration track (as you see in this video I shot in the SMUG Annex last night), but I think the slides themselves are fairly self-explanatory.
As we get into some of the subsequent courses in the Yammer curriculum, there will definitely be a place for screencasts and slidescasts. But for now, here are your…
- Create or join your work-based Yammer network.
- Share your questions or comments about Yammer in the comments below, so they can be addressed in future courses.
Thanks to my colleague, Bob Nellis, for serving as the guinea pig and allowing me to capture screen shots of his sign-up process.