Microsoft Viva Connections | Curated Organization and Personal Experience

published 2 months ago by Microsoft Mechanics

Take a look at the new Microsoft Viva Connections, part of your Microsoft 365 subscription, that provides a curated, company branded experience in the context of the apps used every day, like Microsoft Teams. Adam Harmetz, lead engineer, joins host Jeremy Chapman to walk through the user experience, how to set it up, and options for personalizing information sharing by role. If you're new to Microsoft Viva, it comprises four modules that deliver new employee experiences across knowledge, communications, resources, learning and insights. These leverage the foundational technologies of Microsoft 365, Microsoft Graph, and AI to deliver a modern employee experience platform. Viva Connections is specifically about boosting employee engagement. This spans everyone in your organization, from everyday users, specific groups in departments, to frontline workers. It expands on your SharePoint home site and newsfeed and is designed to offer a destination that delivers personalized news, conversations, and commonly used resources. ► QUICK LINKS: 00:00 - Introduction 01:45 - Desktop UX 02:24 - Web UX 03:32 - How to set it up through PowerShell 05:54 - Mobile UX 07:26 - How to build adaptive cards 09:40 - Audience targeting 10:34 - How to get started 11:15 - Wrap up ► Link References: To get started and find PowerShell scripts, go to Watch our Essentials episode at Set up Global Nav in your SharePoint Homesite at Watch the rest of our series on Microsoft Viva at ► Unfamiliar with Microsoft Mechanics? We are Microsoft’s official video series for IT. You can watch and share valuable content and demos of current and upcoming tech from the people who build it at #Microsoft. Subscribe to our YouTube: Join us on the Microsoft Tech Community: Watch or listen via podcast here: ► Keep getting this insider knowledge, join us on social: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on LinkedIn: Follow us on Facebook:

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