Over time, groups will come and go in Office 365 Groups, as some will be created for a temporary project or purpose, and others will be use in perpetuity. This means the members of a group will need to be managed over time. In this movie, you will know how to remove a member from a group you own, and add them back. You will also know how to add a member to a public group you do not own.
- [Male Voiceover] Over time as you continue to work…with Office 365 groups, you'll notice that some groups…will hang around for a very long time,…they may be groups that are made up of team members…that are working on things throughout…the year and years to come.…Other groups will be set up temporarily.…So, you'll need to know how to manage members of a group,…that may need to come and go.…We all ready talked about adding members,…and as a group owner, of course you can…add members to your group,…even if you join a group that you're not the owner of,…you may have the ability to add members,…if it's a public group.…
Let's check it out.…Here I am looking at this Departmental Move, public group,…and when I click owners, I see that I'm the owner.…That means when we go to all, and click there,…we'll see all the members of the group,…and we can get information about the members…by simply clicking their names.…For example, Mark Tristener here,…clicking shows okay, he's part of these groups,…you may be looking at contact information,…
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.