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Office 365 - Groups

An Office 365 Group brings together four core components:
Conversations: Group conversations are stored in a single mailbox, separate from individual users' mailboxes.
Calendar: Track all your Group events in one place. Similarly, you can view your school's Calendar of Events.
Document Library: Store files shared within the Group.
OneNote Notebook: A shared OneNote notebook to hold shared ideas.
Introducing Groups in Office 365  | Outlook 2016  | Outlook on the Web |
Note: If you are using Office 2013 please add a help desk ticket to get upgraded to Office 2016.
Unsubscribe: You will still be a part of the Group, but you will not receive any conversations or invitations in your personal inbox and calendar.
View your Group Calendar of events
Join, a Group
School administrators and office managers maintain and control membership by adding and removing staff members, but you can also search for Groups and join them.  | Outlook 2016 | Outlook on the Web |
Leave a Group  | Outlook 2016 | Outlook on the Web |
Navigate a Group
New members, conversations, calendar events, and files are being added all the time. To take full advantage of a Group, there are three navigation components that help you get to where you want to go.  Outlook 2016  Outlook on the Web |
Share Group files | Outlook 2016 | Outlook on the Web |
Start a Group conversation | Outlook 2016 | Outlook on the Web |
Delete a Group conversation | Outlook 2016 (N/A)  | Outlook on the Web |
Add or remove a Group as a favorite | Outlook 2016 | Outlook on the Web |
Info for Administrators (Owners) of the Group
The person who creates a Group is the Group's administrator/owner.
Edit Group settings | Outlook 2016 | Outlook on the Web |
Delete a Group | Outlook 2016 | Outlook on the Web |
Add, or remove members from a Group | Outlook 2016 | Outlook on the Web |
Delete a Group conversation (the owner of the Group can delete any conversation) | Outlook 2016 | Outlook on the Web |

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