Microsoft 365 Groups

A service in Office 365 that combines group membership (similar to an Exchange distribution list) with collaboration spaces in which group members can hold text discussions, maintain a shared calendar, and work on shared files and OneNote notebooks in a SharePoint-like document library

Microsoft 365 Groups

A service in Office 365 that combines group membership (similar to an Exchange distribution list) with collaboration spaces in which group members can hold text discussions, maintain a shared calendar, and work on shared files and OneNote notebooks in a SharePoint-like document library

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Microsoft 365 Groups can be managed from several management portals, each with its own set of features.

Microsoft 365 Groups provisions different resources depending on the admin portal or application used to create a group.

Microsoft 365 Groups provide resources to a specific group of users but could present management issues.

Microsoft 365 groups combine the management of users and the services they will need to work on together.

An update to Office 365 Groups Expiration Policies adds activity-based controls to reduce administrative overhead and delete unused groups following a defined period of inactivity.

Using some features of Office 365 Groups could inadvertently put an organization out of compliance with AAD licensing.
Roadmap for the many collaboration features of Microsoft 365 that are being replaced or enhanced by functionality based on Microsoft 365 Groups.
Chart shows Microsoft technologies for long-lived collaboration spaces with Directions on Microsoft's forecast of future Microsoft development efforts.
Roadmap for Microsoft 365 Groups, a service that serves as the underpinning of collaboration services in Microsoft 365.