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Add Newsfeed Web Part In SharePoint Site Page

Posted By:Kaviya Balasubramanian       Posted Date: November 13, 2015    Points: 200    Category: SharePoint    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

In this article I will share the steps to add the news feed web part in SharePoint site.
 

What is News Feed?

News feed is one of the best feature in SharePoint. You can check the colleague's status and post up-to-date. SharePoint newsfeed is where you can see what your co-workers are doing throughout your work day and share ideas and observations as they occur to you. Depending on your newsfeed settings, the feed may also send emails to you to notify the events, such as when someone mentions you in a post, and it may show your activities, such as when you've started following someone. You control email notifications and your activities you want to share with others.

Steps to add News feed:

Here are the steps to achieve the news feed web part on SharePoint page,

Step 1: Go to SharePoint site and open the page where you need to add the news feed,

SharePoint site

Step 2: Then edit the page using gear menu as in the following screenshot:

edit the page

Step 3: On that page click on insert from top ribbon and select "Web Part",

Web part

Step 4: Then choose site feed web part from "Site Collaboration" Categories.

choose site feed

Step 5: Save the page and once you click OK button, the news feed web part will be added to your page. 

Save the page once you click ok button

Step 6: 
Finally news feed web part will be added successfully on the page.

news feed web part

Summary

In this article we have explored how to add the news feed web part in SharePoint site.

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