How groups work in Outlook online. Create, manage and delete a group
Groups in Outlook are a feature that allows you to create and join online communities of people who share common interests, goals, or projects. You can use groups to communicate with other members, share files and calendars, collaborate on documents, and more. Groups are different from distribution lists or contact groups in that they have a shared mailbox, a shared calendar, a shared OneDrive folder, and a shared SharePoint site. You can create groups for your team, your project, your department, or any other purpose that requires collaboration and communication. You can also join existing groups that are relevant to your work or interests. Groups in Outlook are integrated with Microsoft 365 apps and services, so you can access them from any device and any app that supports groups. How groups work in Outlook online. Create, manage and delete a group. Outlook tutorial.

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