In an organization where Office 365 groups is deployed, anyone can view existing group names and join if that group is public, or request to join if private. Adminstrators can add members to any group. In this movie, you learn how to add group members to a private group from the Admin Center preview.
- [Instructor] As an administrator for Office 365 groups,…you have the ability to add new members…to any group, public or private.…Here's a scenario for example.…Someone's trying to join a private group.…To do that, they have to request membership into the group,…and that goes to the group's owner.…If that person's not available,…well, you as the administrator can step in,…override that process, and add them manually.…That's what we're going to do.…We're gonna do it from the new view, the new admin center.…So this first step is,…if you're looking at the classic view with me,…is to go to the DASHBOARD and click that…on the left hand side at the top of the navigation pane.…
That's where we see the banner that allows us…to get back to that new admin center preview.…And from here is where we're going…to edit a group and add a new member.…So that means going to the left hand side,…hovering over the Groups icon,…and then moving over to the right and down to click Groups.…Now we'll see a list of our groups…and if any of these groups need to be edited,…
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