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Familiarize yourself with Yammer.com in order to get the most out of the enterprise social network.

Once you log in to Yammer, the most prominent thing is your home feed, in the center of the screen; here you'll see all the messages posted by people in your network, and a place to post a new one at the top.

In the left-hand column, you can access all of the individual groups you're a member of by clicking on each group name, or click "All Company" to see general company activity.

You can access your inbox by clicking the inbox link underneath your profile picture, or by clicking the message icon to the left of the search bar.

Click the bell icon next to the search bar to view your notifications.

It will be marked with a red number when you have new notifications.

In the upper right header, you'll see an "Add" link that will let you invite new people to your network.

Next to that are links to the people, groups, files, and app directories.

In the upper right-hand corner, you have links to explore your network and account settings.

You'll find a chat window displaying coworkers who are on and offline at any given moment in the bottom right.

Finally, click the "Home" icon in the upper left to return to the home feed at any time.

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