Use PowerShell to manage Office 365 Groups – Admin help

Groups in Office 365 are intended to be created and managed by admin and end users. If you, the global administrator, need to perform bulk operations, configure global settings, or want to monitor Group activity from the command line, you can use Windows PowerShell and the following cmdlets to accomplish those tasks. Check out Learn more about groups for more information about groups in Office 365.




All Office 365 Sessions at Tech Summit

Looking for Office 365 session content from the Microsoft Tech Summits? Here is a directory of all of the Office 365 sessions. Click the link to see the session post, view the PowerPoints, and ask questions.

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GS01: Powering IT Transformation with Office 365

GS02: Move all your communications to Skype for Business Online   GS07: Make your app a native part of Office with Office Add-ins

BRK1007: Improve decision-making with Business Analytics in Microsoft Excel 2016

BRK2003: Deploy Microsoft Office 2016 the right way

BRK2011: Redefine productivity with the latest Microsoft Office 2016 Features on Windows 10

BRK2014: Connect your company with Yammer – a vision and roadmap update

BRK2029: Discover what’s new and what’s coming to the SharePoint Mobile and Intelligent Intranet

BRK2033: Discover Office 365 Groups – overview, what’s new and roadmap

BRK2044: Intelligence throughout Office 365: Delve, MyAnalytics, and Microsoft Graph-powered experie…

BRK2047: Explore Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 and beyond 

BRK2054 – Empower teams with actionable mail using Office 365 Connectors in Outlook

BRK2068: Turn your users into raving fans of Skype

BRK2076: Migrate to the cloud – Skype for Business Online

BRK2077: Get to know the Skype Operations Framework

BRK2114: Get close up with the new Microsoft SharePoint Developer Framework

BRK2118: Explore OneDrive for Business key features and roadmap

BRK2258: Keep your OneDrive and SharePoint content safe

BRK2301: Accelerating Office 365 deployment and user adoption

BRK2302: What’s new in Office 365 management: Usage reporting, change management and service health

BRK2303: Moving from legacy on-premises Exchange: upgrade to Exchange 2016, or Exchange Online?

BRK2304: Migrating to Exchange Online via Hybrid – over the long haul

BRK3300: Understanding Cloud networking planning and troubleshooting with Office 365

BRK3301: Get the most out of the Office 365 security solutions

BRK3302: Deploy and manage Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus using Configuration manager [

BRK3303: Take control of your data with intelligent compliance in Office 365

BRK3304: Drive real-world success with Skype for Business and Office 365 Outlook Connector solutions

BRK3113: Dive into the power of the Microsoft Graph API

BRK3344 – Empower teams with Office 365 Connectors in Outlook and Skype for Business SDKs




Unite your team with Groups in Outlook

Do you need to organize and work with a team on a project? In this tutorial, learn how to use Office 365 Groups to find and share information using conversations, share and collaborate on team files, share milestones and schedules on the team calendar, add and assign team tasks using Microsoft Planner, and add new members to your group so they can get caught up with the team.