• Update Your Privacy Settings So Others Can See Your Name in AureaWorks

    To all of our new AureaWorks members, one important first step is updating your privacy settings so that other registered members of this community can see your name. In order to protect all members' privacy coming in...
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  • One Stop Doc for New Member Onboarding : Tips and Tricks Directory

    One Stop Doc for New Member Onboarding   Step 1: Bookmark this doc to refer back to the full list of onboarding materials for new members. Consider this list your series of Tips and Tricks for getting the most o...
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  • Setting Up Your Profile and Privacy

    Setting up your profile is the first step to becoming active in AureaWorks. Your user profile provides other community members with an easy way to learn about your experience, skills, and interests. Your profile shows...
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  • Set-Up Email Notifications and Preferences

    Getting too many emails from AureaWorks? Not getting enough email notifications and now you are missing key updates? Did you know that you can set your preferences for email notifications on any of your streams, incl...
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  • Three Things to Do First

    So, you're new here. Welcome!   You might be feeling lost or a little overwhelmed. Well, I am here to help you determine which three things to do first. Meet us, your community team:Libby Taylor Sarah O'Meara &#...
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  • Welcome to AureaWorks: Introduce Yourself!

    Hey everyone!   Welcome to the virtual onboarding classroom for new JiveWorks community members in the first half of 2017. This classroom will be your place to get comfortable using Jive, navigating the JiveWork...
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  • First Steps to Creating Content

    As a new user, you might be asking yourself "what should I do next?" and "how can I start to involve myself in discussions or by blogging?"   If this is your first time in the Community, then you should read and...
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  • Getting Started: Sharing Content

    Sharing Content   Sharing allows you to call someone's attention to any place or content in the community. If you've labeled groups of people you're following, you can easily share something with a larger group ...
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  • Getting Started: Creating a Collaborative Document

    Documents   You can create documents from scratch in the community and easily collaborate on them with other users. They are created, edited and live directly in the community.     Create a new collab...
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  • Getting Started: Creating a Status Update

    Status Updates   Status updates let you share what's going on right now with others in your community. You can add links, pictures, or @mention a person, place, or a piece of content to increase the visibility o...
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  • Getting Started: Creating a Question

    Questions         Questions are used in the community to find specific solutions. When asking a question, there will be an option to mark one reply as the correct answer. Either the author or the...
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  • Getting Started: Creating and Managing Custom Streams

    Custom Streams     Activity in a community can quickly become overwhelming if you don't know how to manage the flow of information. See Getting Started: How to Manage Your Inbox  for time-critical issue...
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  • Getting Started: Creating a Blog Post

    Blog Post   Use blog posts to express ideas or opinions and get community feedback. Blogs are a great way to pitch ideas that could impact the team or organization because people can comment on them. Blogs can b...
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  • Getting Started: Creating a Poll

    Polls Polls allow you to extract information from your community in a very distinct way. A poll can have between 2 and 20 options that users can select from and each user can choose only one option. Users cannot chan...
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  • Getting Started: Creating a New Idea

    Ideas The idea content type can help you innovate with your user base. Ideas will have a score of support and the higher the score, the more your user base wants the idea to be implemented. In addition to the score, ...
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  • Getting Started: Creating a New Event

    Events   The event content type enables users to create events within the community that other users can RSVP to attend. These events, while local to Jive, have the option to download an .ICS file that will ena...
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  • Getting Started: Creating a New Video

    Videos The video content type enables users to post rich video content to the community in a variety of ways. Each video can be created using a file from the computer (common file types like mp4, wav, etc.) or from a...
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  • Getting Started: Introduction to Places

    Places   A place in Jive is essentially a container that houses all the collaborative content for a certain subject or team. There are three types of places: Spaces, Groups, and Projects. The differences between ...
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  • Getting Started: How to Manage Your Inbox

    Your Inbox     Your community Inbox is the one place where all activity pertaining to you and the content that you have followed, liked, or commented on will appear. Since your inbox is such an important asp...
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  • Upload an Avatar and Photos to Your Profile

    Your avatar lets community members quickly associate your comments and status updates with a simple visual cue (plus, we'd love to see your face).   Photos are a great way for people to “meet” and ...
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