We’ve gotten a lot of feedback from users that they would like to attach images to posts in HyveWorks. We’re happy to tell you we have added that feature. You can now add images to Messages; Questions; Ideas; Links; and Reviews. Or you can load an image directly into your File section.
Images add an additional dimension to your ability to share information and ideas.
When you click into the text field in any section, you will see the attachment feature pop-up.
We’ve added RSS feeds to the Groups feature in HyveWorks, so now you can stay connected to your group(s) via any RSS reader.
Set up a custom dashboard in SharePoint.
Feed key groups into a team or company Intranet page.
Or follow activity on your smart phone. Read more
People always ask me how they should know where to post things – to their group or to the All Group (everyone, in other words). Of course a lot is going to depend on the culture and size of the individual organization or team. But in general, most content should stay within specific groups. The All Group should be used when you really want to engage people from other projects or teams. This will keep the main activity stream, which includes All and your other groups, free from posts that are not relevant. Read more
Using @ Share with New Posts.
@ Share can be used when you are posting new content to HyveWorks. When you type the @ symbol and the first few letters of either an individual or group name, you will see a menu. Choose the individual or group you want to direct the post to. You can choose as many as you like by simply typing @ again. When the post is submitted an email notification will go to the individual(s) and let them know there is a post, idea, question, etc. that they need to attend to. Read more
Whether you are using HyveWorks organization-wide or with a specific work team, there are three higher order benefits that emerge and work together to help build and support a dynamic, responsive environment within your organization.
Bring everyone into one conversation.
When everyone in an organization sits together or knows each other, Organizational Awareness is natural and spontaneous. Everyone has a sense of the who and what. People can exchange information and support each other in a spontaneous, organic way. In larger organizations, especially dispersed organizations or teams, this is a particular challenge. Read more