How do I create and display Outlook groups

Cecil Ogren 0 Reputation points

How do I create and display Outlook groups?

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  1. Sedat SALMAN 9,835 Reputation points

    You can create and display Outlook groups using the following steps:

    1. Open Microsoft Outlook and select the "Contacts" folder.
    2. Click on the "Home" tab and select "New Contact Group" from the "New" group of options.
    3. In the "Contact Group" window, give the group a name and add members by clicking on the "Add Members" button.
    4. Select the desired members from the available options (such as "From Outlook Contacts", "From Address Book", or "New E-mail Contact").
    5. Once you have added all the members, click on the "Save & Close" button to create the group.

    To display the group, you can either navigate to the "Contacts" folder and look for the group name, or use the "Search Contacts" bar at the top of the window to search for the group by name. When you find the group, you can click on it to view its details and members.

    Alternatively, you can also display the group in the navigation pane by adding it to your "Favorites". To do this, right-click on the group in the "Contacts" folder and select "Add to Favorites". The group will then appear under the "Favorites" section of the navigation pane for easy access.

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  2. Yuki Sun-MSFT 34,576 Reputation points

    Hi @Cecil Ogren ,

    How do I create and display Outlook groups?

    By "Outlook Groups", do you mean "Microsoft 365 groups" ? If it's true, You can follow the steps below:

    1. Select Home > New Group.
      Note: If "New Group" is not available in your ribbon, it means your IT department might not have enabled Groups for your organization and you would need to contact them for assistance.
      Groups options on the main Outlook ribbon
    2. Fill out the group information.

    More details, refer to: Create a group in Outlook.

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