Microsoft officially released Yammer: Introducing a range of new features, such as Dark Mode.

After announcing a new design last year and gradually integrating it into Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and Outlook, Microsoft today announced that Yammer is officially open to all, with a range of new features added to desktop and mobile apps.

The service adds dark mode to Android and iOS platforms, introducing a new video sharing feature that allows you to record and edit up to 3 minutes of video. Yammer has also added focused conversations to highlight important information in Home feeds that make it more visible in the community. Yammer also received support for external guests in the community, allowing members to add people from outside the organization through Azure B2B.

Microsoft officially released Yammer: Introducing a range of new features, such as Dark Mode.

Microsoft officially released Yammer: Introducing a range of new features, such as Dark Mode.

Microsoft officially released Yammer: Introducing a range of new features, such as Dark Mode.

Microsoft officially released Yammer: Introducing a range of new features, such as Dark Mode.

Microsoft officially released Yammer: Introducing a range of new features, such as Dark Mode.

Microsoft officially released Yammer: Introducing a range of new features, such as Dark Mode.