Jive 5 User Training - Lesson 5: Content

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    Section Title:  User Training: Content

     

    Description:    When you create content in your community, others can comment and collaborate on it to help you develop your ideas, presentations, and goals.

     

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    Learning Outcomes:

     

    After completing this section of the course, you will be able to:

    • Create documents, discussions, blog posts, tasks and more
    • Edit, comment, and like content
    • Bookmark and tag content so it's easy to find again

     

    Target Audience:  Jive users, community managers, administrators or developers

     

    Section Length:  2 hours

     

    Videos:

     

    Bookmarks

    Discussions

    Creating a New Document

    Creating Blog Posts

    Creating & Assigning Tasks

    Tagging Content

     

    Quickstart Guides:

     

    Quickstart Guide: Bookmarks

    Quickstart Guide: Discussions

     

    Quickstart Guide: Creating a New Document

    Quickstart Guide: Uploading a Document

     

    Quickstart Guide: Creating Blog Posts

    Quickstart Guide: Blog Types and Permissions Chart

     

    Quickstart Guide: When should you use a Document, Blog Post, or a Discussion?

     

    Quickstart Guide: Creating Tasks

    Quickstart Guide: Creating Project Checkpoints

     

    Quickstart Guide: Tagging

    Quickstart Guide: Liking and Rating Content

    Quickstart Guide: Finding Your Stuff

     

    Making it Practical:


    After watching the videos and reading through the quickstart guides, please comment on this document or post a status update in the community covering one or more of the following topics:

    • Which content type would you use to post a set of instructions or to document a work process, and why? (Document, Discussions, or Blog Post)
    • What are some ways that discussions could be more efficient than email reply-all conversations?
    • How will you use what you learned to improve the way you work?
    • What will you remember most from this lesson?

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