In Office 365 Groups, members can join a group in various ways. In this movie, you will know how to join a group when someone else adds you to a group, and you will know how to join a public group by browsing groups in the organization and joining them yourself, or by requesting to be added to a private group.
- [Instructor] Here in Office 365 there's a couple…of different ways you can become a member of a group.…One option is for someone to add you…as a member to the group,…another option is to join a group…by browsing existing groups…and deciding on which ones you wanna join yourself.…We're gonna look at both of these options here,…beginning with getting added to a group by someone else.…I'm looking at my Office 365 people or contacts window,…focused on Groups,…and of course we can always know who's the owner of a group…by clicking Owners.…
And, in this case, the Departmental Move group…I'm the owner.…Clicking All takes me back.…If you're not seeing this,…maybe you're looking at Conversations,…Calendars, Files, et cetera,…you can also come up to click members to get this view.…If I go to the Web Site Re-design…and take a look at that group just by selecting it,…clicking Owners will show me that the owner of this group…is someone else and I'm a member.…So how did I get there?…Well, in this case Nick may have added me…
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.
- Describe the benefits of using Office 365 groups.
- Differentiate between group owners and group members.
- Explain how to subscribe or unsubscribe to a group’s email.
- Recall how to leave or delete a group.
- Describe how to schedule meetings with groups.
- Recall who can edit or cancel an event.
- Explain how to find and open a shared file.
- Cite the method for sharing a file externally.