- Collaboration Dashboard
- Mobile Access
- Community Incentives
- Contact-Related Alerts
- Uses Social Standards
- Execution Support
Lisa Bookwalter's review of Yammer
I love how simple it is to use. It's easy to keep a whole office connected with by the moment posts. I especially like that I can tag individuals, who receive a message to the...
January 31, 2013
It’s obviously a successful product and has many nice features. But it’s also frustrating: a) Very slow load times (no, it’s not my browser/company firewall/ISP/etc.) and slow all the way around from posting, to clicking a link to another member’s post, to uploading a file). And very basic functions like being able to edit a post are absent--if you make a mistake in a post, you must delete the entire post and start over again. The Help/FAQ/Support resources are very limited, often do not address your question, are not intuitively organized (aka usability is low), and it’s one of those companies where you get the feeling that customer service is considered a pain, rather than an opportunity.
Tangent: I don’t sense a Microsoft presence at all. Not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing.(more...)
March 05, 2012
March 03, 2012
It works well for messages to all but we use a separate system for direct messaging. I don’t use the website, I primarily use the desktop app and phone app so I may not take advantage of all features.(more...)
March 03, 2012
I like that we use Yammer because it lets us share info really easily. It’s a really simple way to share project info, interesting links and pics and enhances the ‘team’ experience.(more...)