Whilst tracking through my OneDrive I rediscovered the theme I developed for an analytics session at Ignite 2017. I still think the theme is relevant today so I’ve decided to turn it into a blog post. If you were in the session you’ll notice that I’ve tweaked it a little bit 😉
Yammer’s Roadmap session at Ignite 2017 demonstrated that the product team had listened to their MVP’s and customers. This my take on how they should deliver the roadmap.
It’s quick and easy to add Yammer feeds into Microsoft Teams using Yammer Embed.
Quick post showing how topics can be used to render threads in SharePoint pages
I firmly believe that Yammer and Teams are complementary products. Yammer and Teams are better together for communities and knowledge
There have been several threads emerging regarding missing profile images in the Office 365 Suite Bar (example thread). The problem seems to centre around the fact that, whilst users add their picture to Office 365, it fails to appear when using services like Yammer or Planner. To illustrate: Based on the code, my picture is being … Continue reading I’m not “Doughboy”, I’m a real person (and it’s not Yammer’s fault)
"Ensure that every escape route and exit is still clearly visible when the lights go out"
Recently, I’ve been wondering whether Yammer is being developed like ‘medicine’ or ‘Coca Cola’? I've been typing, deleting, typing, deleting and in the process I've started to challenge my own thinking. I feel that I’m going a little crazy with the thought process so I felt I’d throw the concepts out there. Medicine – developed … Continue reading The perfect serve of Yammer?
Just over 3-years ago I finished my last construction project. The construction market was deep in recession and I was struggling to see where the next opportunity would come from. I faced a choice, one faced by many of my colleagues, the choice to “stick or twist”. Some of my colleagues chose to “twist”, dusting … Continue reading It’s not an Oscar but…
Sometimes #yamjam's are a maelstrom of activity, others bubble along nicely. However once in a while, even with the best pre-event communications, desperation strikes...