Power to regain control over groups in your Office 365 tenant, for a clutter-free environment
Thousands of users with free reign to create groups and teams as they choose. Does that sound like your organization?
That means your have to spend at least some of your time keeping those "less useful" groups in check.
How do you know which groups to look at?
And if you've locked group creation, well, then making sure owners and members are all associated with their proper groups falls that much more on you ... and your schedule.
How many groups are you dealing with again?
Managing more than just a few groups through the Office 365 or Azure AD online admin centers takes time--time spent clicking through groups one by one, editing as you go.
There is the other way too: PowerShell.
Run a list of Get-UnifiedGroupLinks cmdlets to see the members (just to be sure). And once you know (and remember) the situation, you can start scripting your group modifications.
Don't forget to write a checkup script.
So much typing, and for only a couple aspects of groups.
You don't have to make a choice between "easy" and "effective" when it comes to managing groups in Office 365.
With sapio365, you get complete access to all group information across your entire tenant, all in one flexible central interface.
You have complete group information right at your fingertips: memberships, conversations, OneDrive files, expiration policy, global group settings, etc. So you can know the whole situation, and adjust it quickly with confidence.
What's more, with the ever-evolving Job Center console, you'll have access to a range of Office 365 group management tasks, such as a complete export of all group content, done for you in one click.
Manage your tenant's groups on any scale, and with far less guesswork and possibility for human error: