Outlook.com gets Groups feature to improve sharing
Microsoft announced support for groups in Outlook.com.
Groups is now available on Outlook.com
If you’re already using Office 365, you’ll be familiar with the feature. By creating a new group in Outlook.com, you’ll be able to add people to it and share files with them.
Furthermore, you’ll have the ability to send them messages, access a group inbox with archived emails, and access to a group calendar.
It’s worth noting that anyone with an email address can participate in a group, even those with Gmail or Yahoo email addresses.
If you want to create an Outlook.com group, just sign in to your account and in the left panel, under Groups, select New Group.
Now you can invite your contacts and use all the features that the group provides.
The feature is released worldwide for all Outlook.com users, and the tech giant stated that the same functionality will come to mobile in Fall of 2019.
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