When an end user creates a group in Office 365, they are automatically designated as the owner. Administrators of Office 365 Groups can also designate who will be the owners of a group. In this movie, learn how to remove the owner designation from a member and give it another member in the group from the Admin Center preview.
- [Narrator] If you were following along with me…when we created new groups here in the admin center…of Office 365, one of the steps involved choosing…an owner for that group.…Of course, we can always go back and change that.…That's what we're going to do right now.…All you need to do is select the group where…you need to change the owner and in this case,…we're gonna go to one we created earlier,…our User Conference 2017, a private group.…We've already added a member, you can see there's three.…One of those three is the owner, that's Mark,…and that's what we wanna edit if we wanna…change up the owners.…
Click Edit and remember, you can have more than one owner…if you wanted to.…So, from this screen, we can add additional owners…and remove owners.…Let's add an owner first by clicking Add owners.…I'm gonna type in David and you can see…there's only one David, David Rivers.…Clicking the name, it's the same as clicking the checkbox.…Click Save and now, we have two owners, which means…when we click the close button,…
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