Office 365 subscriptions that include Exchange and SharePoint
support the Groups service. In an Office 365 Group, users
can share documents in SharePoint, work on project plans,
schedule meetings and receive e-mails in a shared inbox.
Create a group and choose a set of people that you wish
to collaborate with, and Office 365 will quickly set up
a collection of shared resources. You don’t have to worry
about manually creating or assigning permissions to the
shared resources, because when you add members to the group,
they will automatically get the permissions they need to
the tools your group provides.
default all Office 365 users can create groups in their
Outlook mailboxes. Most users can organize and manage the
groups themselves, but an administrator can also create
and delete groups and members in the Office 365 Admin center.
In this tutorial, Peter Kalmström, kalmstrom.com
CEO and Systems Designer, gives and overview of Office 365
Groups. He shows how to create a group and how you
can reach and work with the different apps in a browser,
in Outlook and in a smart phone.