How to find all access of a group in Office 365?

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Hi, I created a new group and want to delete old group but before deleting I want that my new group has same access like my old group, how can I do it? Please help.

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You have to be a bit more specific here, what exactly does "access" mean? There is no central place to see which permissions have been granted to said group across all workloads, if that's what you're after.

@Vasil Michev I want to know which SharePoint site have access my old groups so that I can go in that site and give access to my new group.