Last Updated: Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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you want to create a new email group in Outlook, just follow these simple
into your webmail account.
the + next to Groups or the "+ Create" below your pre-existing groups.
the “Create a group” window pops up, make sure to create a Standard Group.
choose a name for the group you are creating.
you start typing in the “Choose a Name” box, a new box name “Group ID” will pop
up, and it will let you know if that particular name is available or not.
the name is not available, you will have to choose a different name.
in the “Create a group” window, change the “Privacy” setting from “Public” to
“Private” unless you want everyone to be able to see your group messages and
you want an email sent out every time the group is updated or has additions, check
the box labeled “Send copies of all group messages and events to members' inboxes”.
the “Create” button in the top left hand corner of the “Create a group” window.
contents of the pop up window will change, and you will now be able to add members
to your group by entering their name or email in the “Enter the name of a
person or a group” box.
you are finished adding people to your group, click the “Add” button in the top
left hand corner of the pop up window.
will take you to your group page, and you will be able to see and converse with
the members of the group.
to make more than one person the owner/administrator of the group so that a
group can stay active after a person graduates or leaves the campus:
your group page, click on the number of members in the top right hand corner.
If your group has 5 members, it will say “5 members”.
there, you can right click on the person that you would like to make an
administrator and click the “Make owner” button.
you would like to remove yourself from the group, you can right click on your
name and click the “Remove from group” button. If you are an
owner/administrator, you can add or remove anyone from the group.
To create a Contact List in Office 365, click here.