Microsoft replaced Yammer Office with TechCommunity in 2016. Microsoft has numerous communities with different purposes and founded on a variety of platforms. The rate of new conversations per day is much higher than the number of posts. The most likely explanation for such an oddity is a flaw in data collection. The badge and community participation monitoring appears to have glitches too because people are awarded budges for contributions even if they never contributed. Most activity seems disjointed and chaotic.
- In 2016 Microsoft changed its online office platform, thereby moving at minimum thousands of users away from its former Yammer Office platform.
- One blogger asserts that with a likelihood of millions of users and a giant array of online platforms with differing uses and strengths, this had to have been a problematic decision.
- Although Microsoft has a multitude of platforms for different products and needs, it’s Yammer Office had been growing at a rate of 500 new members a day.
“This week, we’re going to do a breakdown of the Microsoft Tech Community and dive slightly into Microsoft’s broader community structure.”
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