How to Add Yammer Feed to SharePoint Online Sites?

Yammer is an Enterprise Social Network tool from Office 365 suite, that helps people to connect, collaborate and share business-related stuff at any given moment of time.

How to Add Yammer Feed to SharePoint Online Pages?

Adding Yammer conversations in a SharePoint Online intranets site helps people to connect, engage, and share content. Integration of Yammer with SharePoint Online can be done through the Yammer web parts. Follow these steps to add Yammer feed in modern SharePoint Online pages:

  • Login to your modern SharePoint Online site, E.g. Intranet and edit the page.
  • Add Yammer conversation web part to the relevant section of the page. The Yammer Conversations Webpart lets you add Yammer conversations onto any SharePoint Online page. You can also use highlights webpart for SharePoint that brings highlighted conversations from Yammer.how to add yammer feed to sharepoint online
  • Click on “Set Up” button in the Yammer conversation web part.how to integrate yammer with sharepoint online
  • Select the Yammer conversation source, such as Community, search and locate the community. Set other optional parameters such as “Show publisher”, “Number of Conversations”.how to embed yammer in sharepoint online
  • Save and publish SharePoint Online page.

How to embed yammer feed in SharePoint Online?

On classic SharePoint pages, You can use Script editor or content editor web part to embed the Yammer feed to a SharePoint site.

  • Login to your organization’s Yammer site and locate the relevant group/community which you would like to embed. add yammer to sharepoint online site
  • Click on the three little vertical dots and choose “Embed Community Feed” >> Copy the Embed code.how to add yammer web part to sharepoint online
  • Now, On a SharePoint site, edit the page and add a script editor web part and then paste the code you copied from Yammer.

Salaudeen Rajack

Salaudeen Rajack is a SharePoint Architect with Two decades of SharePoint Experience. He loves sharing his knowledge and experiences with the SharePoint community, through his real-world articles!

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