As you might have noticed I’m a big fan of Office 365 Groups, aka Unified Groups. I do think they will play a major role in the future of Office 365 Collaboration. Office 365 Groups consists of many moving parts, some that are half baked, some that are not working at all and some that is a bit difficult to understand. In this series of posts, will be published over the next few weeks and after that when needed, I will describe how you as an Office 365 Admin can and should work with Office 365 Groups.
This post will be kept as an index for the posts and will be updated when new posts are being added:
- Groups entry points (2015-07-23)
- Enable and disable user created Groups (2015-07-23)
- Group Creation Policies (2015-07-24)
- Creating Groups (2015-07-24)
- Managing Groups with PowerShell (2015-07-27)
- Managing Group memberships with PowerShell (2015-07-28)
- Simple reporting using PowerShell (2015-08-03)
If you have ideas or suggestions on the series and the individual posts, please leave a comment.