Office 365 Groups Made Simple

Getting things done at work means sharing information and collaborating across ad hoc groups and project teams.  But, often times the tools we use to bring people together are different in each app—distribution groups in Outlook, groups in Skype, groups in Yammer.  That’s where Office 365 Groups comes in, so you can easily connect with the colleagues, information and applications you need to do more.

Take a look at this step-by-step Office 365 Groups video to learn how Groups brings people together to enable better communication and collaboration across Office 365. It’s very easy to create a group.

To support a project, you can easily create a new Group and invite colleagues. Within Groups, you can see all discussions, milestones and files, and get up to speed quickly.  Of course, you can create private Groups as well for sensitive projects and content.

Office 365 Groups – Coming Soon

Also, Microsoft recently announced that they will be rolling out new features to Office 365 Groups. Users can expect to see some new feature updates this month, including administrative controls for IT pros.

These new Groups compliance and management features began showing up as early as this Wednesday for some organizations. However, Microsoft expects a general rollout will be completed by February 2016, according to its announcement “Office 365 Groups now supports eDiscovery, litigation hold, dynamic membership and more”.

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