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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Get Groups: Web (groups.google.com)

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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 Ban people from a group
5.5 Organize posts with tags or categories using classic Groups

 
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