2 TOC 2 Contents Using Jive for Outlook...3 Client System Requirements... 3 Getting Started with Jive for Outlook... 3 Jview and View as Viewing Social Information... 5 Finding the Right Person...7 Connecting to Jive Communities... 7 Adding External Social Networks...8 Posting Discussions to a Jive Community... 9 Posting Status Updates to a Jive Community...9 Sending Direct Messages to Community Users...10 Converting Threads to Discussions Jive Super Search Working with Social Tasks Connecting to Producteev Creating a Producteev Task...11 Creating an Inline Task Converting an to a Task...12 Managing Producteev Tasks in Outlook Adding Tasks to Your Calendar...12 Enabling and Disabling Jive for Outlook...12 Controlling Default Views and Previews...12 Updating to a New Version...13 Troubleshooting...13
3 Using Jive for Outlook 3 Using Jive for Outlook Jive for Outlook lets you interact with your community without leaving Microsoft Outlook . In Jive for Outlook, you can: See and respond to community activity you're notified of in preview mode. Create public and private discussions, status updates, and direct messages and post them to your community. Convert discussions into community discussions. See profile information and activity from Jive, LinkedIn, and other social networks for your contacts, as well as community profile information when available. Client System Requirements To install the Jive for Outlook program, you'll need the appropriate versions and service packs for Microsoft Outlook and a supported Windows operating system. Supported Outlook Versions You can use any of the following Microsoft Outlook versions with Jive for Outlook: 2007 with Service Pack bit bit 2013 (with version 2.5 and higher of Jive for Outlook) Supported Operating Systems The following operating systems are supported. All these require.net 4. Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2 or higher Windows Vista, with Windows Installer 3.1 Windows 7 WIndows 8 Getting Started with Jive for Outlook To start getting value out of Jive for Outlook, connect to Jive and other social platforms so you can see what your contacts are doing around your network. Then try interacting with your Jive community directly from your Outlook inbox. For a quick Jive for Outlook setup: 1. If you haven't already, install the Outlook client program from your Jive community. You can find the installation link by opening the drop-down menu linked to your name in the community and selecting Tools. Make sure you close any Microsoft Office programs you are running. The installation program will prompt you for any additional installation requirements. More information about installation is available at docs.jivesoftware.com/outlook. 2. Specify the correct Jive account if Jive for Outlook hasn't already detected it. If you downloaded the program from the Tools menu in Jive, your Community URL should be supplied automatically.
4 Using Jive for Outlook 4 3. Connect to any networks you're missing by selecting Accounts > Add Account You should see LinkedIn profile information, Jive community posts, and other social information about your Outlook correspondents in the right-hand pane. The middle pane shows a preview of any Jive activity you've been notified about in . You can respond to Jive activity directly from the preview pane by clicking Reply or Comment. 4. Try posting to your Jive community using the Create menu in the toolbar. An form will open with instructions for configuring the information you want to post.
5 Using Jive for Outlook 5 Jview and View as When you view notification s from your community or SuperSearch results, you can use Jview to preview and interact with community activity, or you can toggle to view. Jview is the default mode for viewing notifications about community activity. In Jview, you can: See community pages in a similar format to the way they're displayed on the community. Comment on, like, reply to, or share the activity you've been notified of with other community members, without leaving Outlook. Stop getting notifications about something you don't want to get about. (Just click the gear icon at the top of the pane and select Stop future notifications.) Access the place where the activity took place by clicking the place name. Load information about a contact in the social bar by clicking the contact name. Double-click a notification to see it in Jview in a new window. The following graphic shows a typical discussion in Jview. Note that just as in Jive, Correct and Helpful replies to a question can be marked and are called out visually, and you can identify the newest replies by looking for the colored bar on the right. If you don't want to use Jview for a notification, click View as to see it formatted like a typical notification . You can still click through to the community to respond to the activity. If you want to disable this feature permanently, click Options and select the Disable notifications preview check box. Viewing Social Information Jive for Outlook provides rich social context to your and lets you customize your view.
6 Using Jive for Outlook 6 When you're using Outlook with the reading pane open, Jive for Outlook gives you the choice of a three-pane view with a maximized "social bar" in its own pane, and a two-pane view with a mini-social bar showing social information in a more collapsed form. Click Maximize at the right of the social pane to get the full social bar. Clicking the tiny triangle just to the top left of the user's profile photo gets you the mini-social bar view. (Mini-social bar is not available unless you have the reading pane open.) The Maximized Social Bar From the maximized social bar, you can see information from multiple sources about the person whose activity initiated the currently selected --you can toggle between their contact information, bio, and experience. Click the Jive or LinkedIn icon to see the full profile in the Community or the full LinkedIn profile for the selected person. Click the menu under the contact's name to select a different person from the currently selected conversation or meeting. At the bottom of the social bar, toggle between Jive information, public Facebook and Twitter information (if you're connected to those services), and related Outlook correspondence with the currently selected person. The Outlook tab shows not only s sent by the person you have selected, but any threads or meeting requests in which both you and the other person were included. The Mini-Social Bar From the minimized social bar, you won't see the full social information, but you can still see the key profile information associated with any Jive contact. Use the navigation at the top of the right pane to quickly open Jive or any other social networks you're connected to and see information about the contact in context--just click on the appropriate icon. Click the envelope icon to see this contact's results in Super Search. Next to the contact name, you can select the arrow to see a list of the other people included in the currently selected conversation or meeting. Click to see information about a different person. You'll also see a Change link under the name. If you're not seeing the right profile information for this contact, you can click this link to search various social networks for the correct profile identity. (See Finding the Right Person.)
7 Using Jive for Outlook 7 Finding the Right Person To help Jive for Outlook identify the right identity for a contact, use Contact Manager to search. Sometimes Jive for Outlook has trouble matching up a contact with the correct identity. If you see the wrong person's profile data showing up in JView for one of your contacts, you can use Contact Manager to find the right person. To get started: 1. In the social pane, click Change under the user's avatar. 2. You'll see a list of communities and social providers where you can search for the contact. Select one and click Change to try searching for the contact. The results will populate automatically, or you can type a new query in the Search manually field. For example, if you didn't find the right Wendy Williams in LinkedIn, Contact Manager lets you pick from other people with the same name. The text under the user avatar tells you how Jive for Outlook matched the contact originally. Connecting to Jive Communities You can connect to one or more Jive communities using the Accounts settings. Typically, you'll download the Jive for Outlook client from your community and your connection will be autoconfigured. However, you can use the Accounts setting to connect to any community for which you have a valid login, provided it has the server component of Jive for Outlook installed and running. If you receive an error message indicating it isn't, you can ask your community manager to install it.
8 Using Jive for Outlook 8 To create and manage account connections: 1. Click Accounts on the Jive toolbar. 2. Click Add Account > Jive to add a new community connection. 3. If you want to edit or delete an account, or enable and disable it, right-click it or select it and click the gear icon. 4. To change the default Jive account used to connect (when you're connected to multiple Jive communities), rightclick a non-default account and click Set as default. Adding External Social Networks You can enrich the social information provided to Jive for Outlook by connecting it to your LinkedIn, Facebook, and/ or Twitter account. If you want to be able to pull in public information about people you exchange with (including any information you have rights to see on other social networks), use the following steps to connect Jive for Outlook with social networks.
9 Using Jive for Outlook 9 1. Click Accounts on the Jive toolbar. 2. Click Add Account and select a social network. 3. Provide your account credentials. 4. If you need to edit your credentials or use a different account for that network, select the account and click Remove. Then re-add the account. Posting Discussions to a Jive Community You can post discussions to your Jive community without leaving Outlook. 1. Click Create > Discussion from the Jive toolbar. 2. Click in the Post to: field. From here, you can limit the visibility of your discussion by selecting only Specific People, or you can select any space or group, or the entire community. Keep in mind that the permissions on the place where you create the content will determine who can see it and participate. For example, if you post to a private group, only group members can see and respond to the discussion. If you post to a public place, anyone in the community can see it. 3. If you belong to more than one Jive community, you can change the community you're posting to by clicking in the Post By: field. 4. In the Title field, type a title for the discussion. For example, type "Ideas for upping sales by 500% in March." If you want people to answer a question and be awarded points for correct answers, make the title a question like "Can you think of a way to fix the March sales dip with a social media solution?" and select the Mark This Discussion As a Question check box. 5. If you want to alert someone to the discussion directly, click button and start typing the name--or just type in your sends a notification to the person with a link to the discussion. 6. Click Post. Posting Status Updates to a Jive Community You can post status updates to your Jive community without leaving Outlook.
10 Using Jive for Outlook Click Create > Status Update from the Jive toolbar. 2. Type your status in the window and click Post. You can post your status update to a specific group or space in your community, or to the entire community. Your status will be updated in the community immediately. It may not show up in the Outlook right pane until later. Sending Direct Messages to Community Users A direct message is a great way to send one or more people a short and sweet note that won't require a lot of back and forth. You can create a direct message from the Jive menu of Outlook. 1. Click Create > Direct Message from the Jive toolbar. Outlook opens a new window. 2. Type the first letters of the recipient's name in the To field to select the recipient. 3. Type the message in the Message field. 4. Click Send. Converting Threads to Discussions You can convert Outlook threads into discussions in your Jive community. Converting a thread to a discussion allows you to choose a place (space, group, or project), create a discussion with the initial subject line as the title, and convert the body of each into replies. The discussion will be posted on behalf of the originator of the thread, using the following syntax: "Posted on behalf of originator by discussion converter via Jive for Outlook." The discussion originator will also be shown as the author in Jive. To convert an thread to a discussion: 1. In Outlook, select an you want to convert to a discussion. Your discussion will include the you select plus all the levels above it. 2. Right-click and select Convert to discussion on Jive, or click Convert to Discussion in the Jive toolbar. A new window opens. This window controls the way your discussion will be posted. 3. The Post By field determines the "posted by" value displayed when you post the discussion. (The author of the originating will be displayed as the author.) If you belong to more than one community, make sure that the correct username is selected. 4. In the Post To field, choose where the discussion should be posted. You can select one of the suggested spaces, groups, or projects, or type in the field to bring up a list of matching places. Keep in mind that the place where you post the discussion determines who can see and respond to it. 5. If you want the discussion to be tracked as a question and grant status points to people who provide answers, select the Mark this discussion as a question check box. 6. If you want participants in the thread who are not community members to receive an notification that the thread has been converted to a discussion, select the Notify external participants check box. 7. Optionally, add a comment to the discussion by typing it in the message box of the . Jive Super Search Jive Super Search combines a search of your Outlook mail folders with a search of community content. When you select the Jive Super Search check box, your search results will include not only Outlook contacts, s (including deleted ), attachments, and appointments, but also permitted content on your Jive community site. If you're connected to Producteev network, it will also show Producteev tasks. Results are displayed in Jview, so you can interact with your community without ever leaving your search results. You can filter Super Search using the content type buttons at the top of the pane. If you find some of your results are not as expected, click Options and use
11 Using Jive for Outlook 11 the Reindex button to bring your results up to date. How long it takes depends on how many s you have saved. You can continue working while indexing takes place. Everything in Outlook is indexed, not just your Inbox. Disabling Super Search You can turn Super Search off by clicking Options in the Jive section of the toolbar and clicking the Disable button. Working with Social Tasks Social tasks from Producteev for Jive provide streamlined task management right in Outlook. With the latest version of Jive for Outlook, you can leverage the powerful project tracking functionality of Producteev for Jive. If you're already a Producteev user, get ready to integrate with Jive for Outlook to quickly create tasks inline, add Producteev tasks to an Outlook calendar, convert s to Producteev tasks, attach s to the tasks you create, and effortlessly search across s and tasks using Jive Super Search. All your tasks remain synchronized between Outlook and Producteev so you can use them from your desktop or phone, anytime and wherever you go. Connecting to Producteev Before you can use social tasks, you'll need to connect Outlook to a Producteev account. To set up a connection between Producteev and Outlook for the first time: 1. Click Tasks. 2. In the login dialog, provide your credentials or click Sign up for free if you don't have an account already. Because of Producteev's permissions, you'll be able to use the same Producteev account to create and connect to different networks and projects, including ones that are private to you, even when you're using a corporate address. 3. If you need to disable the Producteev connection and add a connection to a different account, click Accounts in the Jive section of the ribbon to manage your connections. Creating a Producteev Task To create a task, just select Producteev Task from the Create menu. To create a Producteev task without leaving Outlook: 1. Select Producteev Task from the Create menu. 2. In the New Task dialog, set a network and project for your task and type a quick description of the task, such as "Buy 10-pack of sticky notes." You can change all of these these later if you need to. 3. Click Create. If you selected Open task in a new window, you can now use the window to schedule, assign, or label the task, add a follower to it, or create subtasks. You can also leave it the way it is and close the dialog. You'll be able to edit your task anytime from either Outlook or Producteev. Creating an Inline Task You can create a task right in an as you're composing it by clicking Inline Tasks. Creating a task in the text of an lets you easily provide a context to the task for assignees, and lets you use text shortcuts for scheduling, assigning, and prioritizing the task. To create an inline task as you compose: 1. Start creating an and click Inline Task. 2. Type a quick description of the task, such as "Forward the weekly plan to stakeholders". 3. If you want to use text shortcuts to assign the task, prioritize it, or schedule it, type them in the task. Clicking? in the task box displays a quick reference to the shortcuts. 4. Click Change to open the New Task dialog. 5. When you've set the network and project the way you want, click Insert Task to add the task definition to your . The task won't be created until you send the . After it's created, you'll be able to edit your task anytime from either Outlook or Producteev.
12 Using Jive for Outlook 12 Converting an to a Task To convert an to a task with the attached, just select an and select Convert to Task from the Create menu. Converting an to a task lets you quickly and easily add a task based on the contents of an . You can even add the task to your Outlook calendar when you've created it. To do this: 1. Select an Select Convert to Task from the Create menu, or right-click the and select Convert to Task from there. 3. In the New Task dialog, set the network, project, and title of the task. You can change these later if you need to. 4. Click Create. If you selected Open task in a new window, you can now use the window to schedule, assign, or label the task, add a follower to it, or create subtasks. You can also leave it the way it is and close the dialog. You'll be able to edit your task anytime from either Outlook or Producteev. Managing Producteev Tasks in Outlook To interact with your existing Producteev tasks in Outlook, just select a network from the Tasks menu. You can manage all the Producteev tasks you have rights to access, without ever leaving Outlook. Changes you make will be synced into Producteev instantly. 1. In the Tasks menu under the Producteev logo, select the network that contains the tasks you want to manage. 2. Select any task. You'll see a Producteev pane at the right with options to schedule, assign, and label the task, add a follower to it, or create subtasks. 3. If you don't see the task you're looking for, click Use Super Search and type a keyword or two. Jive for Outlook will find any tasks containing the keyword, as well as any other items in your folders that relate to your search. Adding Tasks to Your Calendar When your Outlook calendar is open, you can open a Task pane and drag and drop tasks onto your calendar. To quickly add tasks as appointments in your Outlook calendar: 1. Open your calendar. 2. Click Tasks Pane in the Jive section of the ribbon. 3. Drag and drop tasks from the Tasks pane onto your calendar. Enabling and Disabling Jive for Outlook You can enable and disable the Jive for Outlook functionality from the Options dialog. Some communities may install Jive for Outlook in a disabled state, so you'll need to enable it. If your Jive for Outlook is installed but disabled, look for the Enable Jive for Outlook button on your Outlook toolbar. Enabling will restart Outlook with the full Jive toolbar enabled. To disable Jive for Outlook and show only the Enable Jive for Outlook button: 1. Click Options. 2. Click Disable Jive for Outlook. Controlling Default Views and Previews You can decide how Jive for Outlook shows your Preview and Social panes by default using the Settings > Options > General dialog in the Jive toolbar.
13 Using Jive for Outlook 13 You have two options for controlling the default view of your conversations and contacts in Jive for Outlook. By default, you see all messages to and from your contacts in the right-hand Social pane, including your own responses. You also see your community activity shown in preview mode in the Preview pane. To change these settings: 1. Click Settings and look under General. 2. To disable preview mode for community notification s (for example, if discussions are taking too long to load on your computer), select Disable notification s preview. 3. To move the Jive area of the ribbon to the far right, select Position Jive ribbon group right most. Updating to a New Version When you update to a new version of Jive for Outlook, your account information will be saved, but you may have to provide your credentials one more time to authenticate. You may be prompted to update to the latest version, or you may be downloading the latest version from the Tools page in your Jive community (select Tools in the menu under your name). Either way, you'll need to restart Outlook, and you may need to provide your community credentials again. Troubleshooting If you're having trouble using Jive for Outlook, try these simple troubleshooting tips. Outlook can't connect to my Jive site My connection is working, but I can't see notifications in Jview Try accessing your site to make sure it's running. If it is, try going to Accounts and checking that the URL of your Jive site is correct. Try using Internet Explorer 7, 8, or 9. Earlier versions are not supported.
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