Use your Office 365 credentials to sign in to Yammer


Office 365 sign-in for Yammer

Use your Office 365 credentials to sign in to Yammer 

Go to your office 365 admin center https://portal.office.com/AdminPortal/Home#/homepage

Then choose SharePoint

 

 

 

 

    
 

 

 

 

This is the situation now before enabling the yammer.com feature there is now office 365 log in

 

SharePoint admin center

And check the Use Yammer.com
Service radio button

Now you can go to yammer website

https://www.yammer.com/companyname.com/#/home

change the company name with your domain name

And then go to network Admin

 

 

Now the option is there

 

Check the enforce office 365 identity in yammer

Make sure to notify users cause all users will be logged out and they will have to re login again using the office 365 account

 

After you accept you will have a new option for blocking users how don’t have yammer license

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External sharing with Office 365, part 1: Introduction


External sharing with Office 365, part 1: Introduction

 

What is an external user?

 
 

So, what is an external user? According to the Office 365 definition, an external user is someone outside of your organization who can access your SharePoint Online sites and documents but does not have a license for your SharePoint Online or Microsoft Office 365 subscription. External users are not employees, onsite contractors, or onsite agents for you or your affiliates. Technically speaking, it is simply the user which does not have an account registered in your Office 365, and therefore Windows Azure Active Directory, tenant. Also, mentioned definition is related to SharePoint Online only. Both Exchange and Lync have mechanisms of sharing data with external users and we will cover them as well.

http://www.adrit.de/Blog/Post/22/External-sharing-with-Office-365,-part-1–Introduction

External sharing with Office 365 – Part 2: How to share SharePoint content with external users?

last post about external sharing with Office 365 we covered options, possibilities and limitations of Office 365 in terms of the sharing content with external users. Now when we know what we can and can’t do, let’s see how to set up external sharing. This article will cover setting up SharePoint Online for the sharing content with external users. To mention this again, for SharePoint Online, we have following types of external users:

 
 

  • Microsoft Office 365 user (different tenant)
  • Microsoft Account (formerly: Windows Live ID)
  • Anonymous users (accessing individual documents via guest link)

 
 

For more information on what features are available for external users and which aren’t, please read external sharing with Office 365 – Part 1: Introduction.

 
 

External sharing is a “feature” which must be enabled on the site collection level first. To do so, open the Office 365 Admin console, click on the Admin link in the top navigation bar and click SharePoint. This will take you to the SharePoint Admin center.

 
 

https://www.pluralsight.com/blog/it-ops/sharepoint-online-how-to-manage-sharing-with-external-users