Every group created by any user in your organization creates a new Sharepoint collection site. With many users potentially creating many many groups, you may become concerned about storage space, so one option is to use PowerShell to set group storage quotas to limit the size of groups created in Office 365 in your organization. In this movie, learn how to get current group storage levels and set new group storage quotas to limit group size.
- [Instructor] Every time a user in your organization…sets up a new group they are actually…taking up a Sharepoint collection site…and as they start sharing files…and adding things to the library,…starting up new conversations and so on,…well, those groups can start to take up space…and you may even end up with groups that are rarely…being used taking up space in Sharepoint.…One option to manage that is to set storage space quotas…for your group so they can't grow over a certain size…that you determine.…
Now the first thing you'll wanna do…is find out what the storage quota is.…In PowerShell, make sure you have run…the Connect-SPOService command…and then you'll be ready to type in the commands…for getting and setting quotas.…The next thing is to type in this command…because at the time of this recording…you can't do it from the Admin Center user interface.…Get-SPOSite -.…Notice, that in my identity,…I'm using landonhotel.sharepoint.com.…You'll use your own and what you're going to get…is a detailed list of information about your…
- Creating and deleting groups
- Adding group members
- Designating group owners
- Managing groups with PowerShell
- Setting storage space quotas