Yammer App for Windows 8, 10 Gets New Important Features
Back in December, last year, we talked about some updates that the official Yammer app for Windows 8 had received. Now, the important business and social app has been updated with some new important features. Read below for more details.
Yammer is a freemium enterprise social network service which was sold to Microsoft in 2012. The service is used for private communication within organizations, and there are many businesses that have become faitfhul users of the service. And with the launch of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, the app has gotten released in the Windows Store and then has received some important updates which made it even better.
Official Yammer for Windows 8 receives important update
Yammer is the enterprise social network for your company that connects you to the people, projects and information you need to get work done. Discover new company conversations, share ideas with your team, ask questions and respond to updates with this easy-to-use app. Yammer Feed for Windows 8 is designed for the new Windows 8 Experience and is optimized for touch devices.
According to the latest version of the Yammer app for Windows 8, here are the new features (some of them might have remained from the previous update) – live tile support, badge counts and toast push notifications. Also, there’s now conversation snapped view, share thread from conversation view and various performance enhancements, as well as bug fixes have been put in place.
Just like before, the app will let you have easy access to conversations inside your company, like and respond to messages, post various project details, preview documents and images right within the Yammer app, share content with your coworkers by using the Share Charm and easily browse through your Group feeds, along with other useful features. To download and read more about the app, follow the link from below.
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