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**(Please note: 3rd Party Open Graph Activities are now deprecated as the activity ticker is deprecated. Refer to OGA Announcement Section)** When you send an OG object to Yammer, the object checks to see if it can scrape more OG metadata from the page at the OG object’s URL. Yammer uses an internal service to visit the page and, if the page is public, retrieve any OG metadata present on the page. If the internal service finds OG metadata that Yammer didn’t receive from the activity related to the object, then Yammer saves the new metadata. OG metadata that Yammer receives via an activity is always preferred over OG metadata that Yammer receives from its internal service. If the internal service can’t reach the page at an object’s URL (because it’s behind a firewall or requires authentication), then Yammer leaves the object as is with the metadata specified in the activity story. In general, adding OG metadata to pages in your web application will make objects render more richly in applications that support Open Graph (like Yammer and Facebook). Below is an example of how to embed the Open Graph metadata that Yammer can use in a web page’s header. [block:code] { "codes": [ { "code": "〈head〉\n...\n〈meta property=\"og:title\" content=\"Yammer ROI.pdf\"〉\n〈meta property=\"og:image\" content=\"/images/Yammer ROI.png\"〉\n...\n〈/head〉", "language": "text" } ] } [/block]