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You can use Yammer notes, which provide formatting, such as bolding, italics, headings and bullets.


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When you change domains it is possible to merge Yammer networks. This allows the old network to exist as an external network you can access. Merges must be requested through a support ticket to Microsoft. The alternative is to use the Data Export feature to get a ZIP file of all messages in CSV format and files posted.


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Here's the recent update from Yammer: Beginning March 15, 2019, we are rolling out rich text formatting for Yammer posts. This includes bold, italic, links, bullets, and numbered lists. Composing messages with rich text formatting is only available on the web client and Yammer desktop. Mobile Yammer apps will display formatted messages, ...


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The answer in most cases is to simply delete cookies, and close / reopen the browser. In other cases we tried closing all browsers, and also Lync, which seemed to work.


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Open the group in question. Select the members link, just above the member picture thumbnails. Find yourself in the list. Click the down arrow and select Revoke Admin


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Tables aren't supported out of the box with Yammer notes.


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Every group has an email address associated with it. The mailto link is contained in the Post to this group by email link.


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You can always tweak your notification settings for your account by going to a URL similar to: https://www.yammer.com/[YourNetworkName]/account/notifications Can you please also provide a bit of background? Is this a paid network? Are you a verified admin? Do you have active directory sync enabled? Are you inviting these users, or are they just signing up?


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Only admins can post announcements; and replies to announcements cannot be formatted. You can also format text in Word documents and upload them to Yammer; not quite the same thing though is it?


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In Yammer groups, if you post an "Announcement" you get the option to give it some basic formatting, but if you post an "Update" then it's in unformatted text. So, yes, there is a way to do it after all.


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