This pages gives a brief introduction to Yammer and where you can find out more

What is it? 

Yammer is where members of the University can discuss ideas, share updates, and crowdsource answers from coworkers. It can be a faster way to connect and collaborate across the University. For more information, see an overview of Yammer (this is an external link to the Microsoft Support pages)

Where is it available? 

As a member of the University, you should already have access to Yammer. To access it, visit http://office365.leeds.ac.uk. You will need to login with your username@leeds.ac.uk. Once logged in, click on the Yammer tile.

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When you first log in, you must agree to the acceptable use policy.

Once accepted, you have the option to select six co-workers who you regularly work with. This means that updates from them will appear as a priority in your personal Yammer News Feed. They will also feature in the chat functionality which is built into Yammer.

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You can add more colleagues, or create your own groups which can be aimed at colleagues internal to the University, as well as external email addresses.

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You can also access Yammer on the go by downloading the free mobile app.

What support is available? 

For more information, see the Yammer features (this is an external link to the Microsoft Support pages).

The University provides no official support for Yammer. However, if you have problems accessing it, please contact the IT Service Desk.