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    Jive Basics 1

    In this session we introduce you to the three basic concepts of the Jive platform as well as teach you how to participate, create and find people, places and content in your Jive community.

     

    Jive Basics 2

    In this session, we describe in more detail the different types of content that are available within the platform and look at the various activity streams available to users. And finally we go more in-depth on searching within Jive.

     

    Managing Jive Places 1

    In this session, we cover how to create and manage Jive spaces, groups and projects, including user permissions. We also look at the system admin permissions required to control the creation and management of spaces and groups.

     

    Managing Jive Places 2

    In this session, we go through the tiles that were not covered in the last session, how to create and manage place templates and banners, content moderation and managing groups.

     

    Advanced Community Management

    This session includes detailed information on commonly used advanced community-wide management topics  - concentrating mainly on the Jive admin console.

     

    Community-wide User Experience Configuration

    In this session, we concentrate on configurations that will make the community engaging and useful to your users, including adding a logo and your corporate branding colours, customising the global navigation, adding custom avatars, profile fields and hover cards, configuring push news streams, and adding images to the home page and place landing pages. We also learn how to use the Rewards console to implement gamification in your community.

     

    Information Architecture Best Practices

    The two most common uses for the Jive platform are as an interactive intranet and as a business collaboration platform. Many companies use it as both. This tutorial is meant to help you understand the options and best practices for structuring your community to enable users to connect, communicate and collaborate with each other - and for your community managers to be able to easily manage their content.

     

    Use Case Implementation Best Practices

    Storefronts Use Case Best Practices

    This session continues on from where we left off in the Information Architecture session.

     

    Corporate Communications Use Case Best Practices

    This session continues on from where we left off in the Information Architecture and Storefronts Use Case sessions.

     

    Collaboration Use Case Best Practices

    This session continues on from where we left off in the Information Architecture session.

     

    Advanced Admin Console Settings and Add-Ons

    This session covers the items in the admin console that are rarely changed or used, but are good to know about just in case.