Social scenarios with Yammer and SharePoint Server
This article provides links to common scenarios and the specific steps you need to take to integrate the cloud-based Yammer service with your SharePoint Server 2019, SharePoint Server 2016, or SharePoint Server 2013 environment. Depending on your current environment and the state of your Yammer deployment, the steps will vary.
We recommend that you reserve some time to complete all of the steps for the scenario that you choose to implement, and, if applicable, get the IT help you need.
If your SharePoint Server is hosted in a cloud environment, such as Microsoft Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), the guidance in these articles also applies.
Scenarios for Yammer and SharePoint Server
Read these articles for common scenarios on integrating Yammer and SharePoint Server.
|Integrate a new Yammer network into SharePoint Server
||Learn how to integrate a new Yammer network into an existing SharePoint Server environment.
|Integrate a single Yammer network into SharePoint Server
||Learn how to integrate a single, active Yammer network together with your SharePoint Server environment.
|Integrate multiple Yammer networks into SharePoint Server
||As of October 26, 2018, multiple Yammer networks are no longer supported.
|Integrate a Yammer network into SharePoint Serverwith social features
||Learn how to integrate a Yammer network together with your SharePoint Server environment where you already use SharePoint social features.
|Integrate a Yammer network into SharePoint Server and Office 365
||Learn how to integrate a Yammer network together with your SharePoint Server environment and your Office 365 tenant.
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