We’re still in the Admin Center and in this quick video, I’ll show you where to find the list of all your Office 365 Groups. This could be very similar to the list of your SharePoint Site Collections, as many of these are created with Groups in the Online Environments. Keep in mind to take a look at the Office 365 Group Policies as well to help you with naming conventions etc.
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June 18, 2018 at 6:31 pm
It would be nice to see this article delineate that this is the method for Admin users to see enterprise groups. Could you also do an article showing how General users can see their personal groups?
June 20, 2018 at 10:50 pm
Thanks for the response Tony, you’re right. I’ll update that. And I’ll investigate the general users ability to use it.