Social Feature in SharePoint 2013, Awesome sir Ji, We will compete to Facebook :)


In SharePoint 2013 we have a great social tagging functionality out of the box actually there are four things that we can follow:

  1. People
  2. Documents
  3. Sites
  4. Tags

The vision for this release was that when we follow any of the above four items, three things would happen:

We would have a rich, aggregated view where we can easily access the set of followed things and see additional information about those things.

We would have promoted serendipitous discovery of new people and content through the posting of a “User is now following Item” post to all of your followers (if your privacy is set accordingly).

Follow the following MS thread for more explanation

This is awesome, surly we can compete to Facebook and twitter ๐Ÿ™‚ in office ๐Ÿ™‚

About Krishana Kumar

Krishana Kumar is SharePoint Architect/Trainer having Architecture experience with high volumes at Enterprise level and global scale - creation of highly scalable solutions with global user base and geographically distributed architectural components. Good knowledge of SharePoint best practices and governance models. I hold Two Master degree in Computer Science with over 11 years of experience working on Microsoft Technologies specially SharePoint, Project, .NET and other Information Worker Technologies. Having good exposer in Client side scripting Angular.js, backbone and Node. I am currently responsible for SharePoint Infrastructure set up and leading teams in various medium and large scale projects, architecting, designing & installing SharePoint farms, developing custom components,, and providing advanced SharePoint administration and development training to teams and customers. I regularly speaks in various SharePoint User Groups and other Events. I have MCSA Windows Azure, MCSA Office 365, MCSE & MCSD SharePoint 2013, Microsoft Certified Developer (MCD) and holds MCPD, MCTIP and MCTS for SharePoint 2010, MCTS MOSS 2007 & WSS 3.0, MCPD, MCITP (EPM 2010 & 2007) and MCSD .NET.
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