Because each group has its own email address, each group also has its own calendar. Using Outlook, you view group calendars along with your own, even create events in those group calendars. In this movie, you will know how to switch to calendar view, create an event for a group, invite the group, and invite an outsider to join your meeting.
- [Narrator] Another way to communicate with team members…in a group, including members who are not in the group,…even people outside the organization,…is through your calendar.…Just like in Outlook, you can set up events in a calendar,…your own calendar, as well as group calendars,…invite people outside the group,…even outside the organization.…Let's see what that looks like,…by going up to the calendar tab, and clicking there.…First of all, you are going to be…looking at your calendar for sure.…You'll notice, under my calendars,…you should be highlighted there.…
You'll see the current month and day highlighted,…and a little further down, you'll see the group calendars,…Some of which may or may not be highlighted.…For me, the staff holiday party is highlighted.…I can see that up here.…That means I'm looking at events from my own calendar,…as well as the staff holiday party.…If I don't want to look at the calendar, I can select it,…because it's already highlighted,…now I'm just looking at my own…calendar in Outlook like normal.…
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.