Additional Group Information

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Share Group Files in Outlook 2016

The majority of shared files for your groups are stored in a dedicated document library on OneDrive for Business, but you can also access additional shared and followed documents that you may need to further collaborate with your group.

  1. Select a group on the left nav bar.

  2. Select Files on the ribbon.  You'll be directed to OneDrive for Business where you can create and upload files as well as manage the documents.

Any files and folders added to you group's OneDrive for Business library are automatically shared with all the members of the group. By default, group members have view/edit access to the files, while everyone else in your organization has view access.

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Outlook Groups Mobile App

The Outlook Groups mobile app brings the Office 365 Groups shared mailbox to your mobile device so you can collaborate with your team while on the go. Just like Office 365 Groups, the Outlook Groups mobile app requires an Office 365 work or school account.

With Outlook Groups you can:

  1. Easily participate in group email conversations

  2. View and co-author Office documents (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) shared with your group

  3. Share photos and “like” a message, or @mention a person or a group

You can also work together using the group's shared OneNote notebook and discover and join Office 365 Groups relevant to you. To see a list of Office 365 Groups features available on the various platforms, see Compare Outlook Groups on all platforms.


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