Office 365 Groups consist of group members and at least one group owner. In this movie, you will know the group limits for owners or members and the differences between what a group owner can see or do versus a group member. You will also know what a group owner sees versus a group member inside a public group and a private group.
- (Voiceover) Office 365 groups are going to be made up of…group members and at least one group owner,…so it's important to understand…the differences between the two.…First of all, if you create a group in Office 365,…you're automatically made one of the owners of that group.…It comes with special privileges.…In fact you can create up to 250 groups if you wanted to,…and in each group you can have up to ten owners.…That means that as the creator of the group,…you could pick up to another nine members…and promote them to owner status.…
Also, each group can have over 1,000 members,…but you will see certain features start to slow down…with that many members.…For example, calendars.…Also as a group owner you can manage groups,…things that members can't necessarily do.…For example, as the owner of a group you can…add and remove members, whether it be a public…or a private group.…Now, members can add other members…if they're part of a public group,…but only the owner can remove members and add members…if the group is private.…
In this course, David Rivers walks users through the basics of Office 365 groups, from creating a group and adding members to finding and joining other groups. Learn how to communicate with colleagues in a group, schedule group meetings, and collaborate on documents and larger projects.
- What are Office 365 groups?
- Acting as a group owner
- Creating public and private groups
- Joining groups
- Leaving groups
- Starting group conversations
- Scheduling meetings
- Collaborating on notebooks and files
- Sharing files outside the group