Office 365 Groups is the membership service that drives teamwork and powers collaboration across Microsoft 365. With Office 365 Groups, a group of people can access and share a collection of collaboration resources, such as a shared Outlook inbox, calendar, SharePoint document library, a Planner, a Team, and more.
Recently, at Microsoft Ignite 2019 in Orlando, FL, the Office 365 Groups team delivered several session that included announcements of enhancements and new innovations for Office 365 Groups, such as new user activity-based expiration policy for Office 365 Groups, and the Groups Admin role, and best practices, such as creating a governance plan, enabling self-service, and leveraging analytics to understand usage.
The Office 365 Groups breakout sessions highlighted innovations across Outlook Mobile, Outlook Desktop, Outlook on the Web, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft 365 admin center, SharePoint Site URL Rename, Identity Governance, Yammer, and more. In case you missed it, you can view the Office 365 Groups sessions on-demand, and download the slide decks, as well.
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|BRK2056||Embrace Office 365 Groups: What's new and what's next|
|BRK2058||Deploy Office 365 groups at scale to power Microsoft Teams, Outlook, Yammer, and SharePoint|
|BRK2210||Finding your collaboration sweet spot with Office 365 Groups, SharePoint, Teams, and Yammer|
|BRK2233||The future of Yammer: Share knowledge, engage leaders, and build communities in Microsoft 365|
|BRK3264||Transform collaboration and fight shadow IT with Office 365 groups|
|THR2091||Master sharing and permissions of Office 365 in 20 minutes|
|THR2251||How Microsoft empowers employees through self-service collaboration while still protecting the company in Office 365|
|THR3043||Microsoft Teams and Office 365 Groups PowerShell MasterClass|
|THR3083||Office 365 Groups: Ask us anything|
We're also taking the learning path session for Office 365 Groups (Embrace Office 365 Groups: What's new and what's next) on the Microsoft Ignite The Tour, so if you would like to see it live, and interact with Office 365 Groups experts, register now for a city near you.
--The Office 365 Groups Team
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