Get started with Groups

What can you do with Groups?

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Groups such as project teams, departments, or classmates can communicate and collaborate using Google Groups. If you want to invite a group to an event, or share documents with a group, you can send a single email to everyone in the group. You can also create an online forum to discuss a popular technology or answer questions about a product.

Note: This guide covers Google Groups for Business, which includes additional features for G Suite accounts. If you don’t see the features below, contact your G Suite administrator.

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Table of contents

Section 1: Find and join a group

1.1 Find your groups
1.2 Join a new group
1.3 Join a Google group without a Gmail address

Section 2: Create a group

2.1 Create your group
2.2 Add people to your group

Section 3: Create and respond to conversations or topics

3.1 Find a conversation
3.2 Star important conversations
3.3 Respond to a conversation
3.4 Start a new conversation
3.5 Resolve a conversation using classic Groups
3.6 Delete a post in a conversation

Section 4: Collaborate with your team in Groups

4.1 Email a group
4.2 Invite a group to a calendar event
4.3 Share Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms

Section 5: Manage your subscriptions and groups

5.1 Mark groups as favorites
5.2 View and edit membership settings
5.3 Approve or block new posts with classic Groups
5.4 Organize posts with tags or categories using classic Groups

 
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