Google Groups is a powerful tool that allows organizations to manage communication, collaboration, and information sharing among team members, departments, or project groups. To effectively administer these groups, Google Workspace administrators can delegate Google Groups management to trusted Group Owners (eg. project managers, product team leaders). Delegating these responsibilities can streamline group management and empower group leaders to take ownership of their groups' settings and membership.
Simultaneously, using Synk.to platform you can connect these Google Groups to synchronise with dozens of your favourite SaaS systems (eg. Slack, Jira, Confluence, Zoom, etc.). So by delegation Google Workspace administrators will take off much of operational work of not only managing groups, but also managing access to internal business systems.
In this article, we'll explore the step-by-step process of delegating Google Groups management to Group Owners inside your organization.
Delegating Google Groups management has several advantages:
Now, let's dive into the steps to delegate Google Groups management to Group Owners.
Before you can delegate management responsibilities, identify individuals within your organization who are responsible and trustworthy. Group Owners should be familiar with the group's purpose and willing to take on these additional responsibilities.
Inform the newly assigned Group Owners about their responsibilities. Encourage open communication to address any questions they may have.
Now they can manage their Google Groups using https://groups.google.com/my-groups link.
In order to add member of the group they need to click on the group, go to “Members” section in the left menu, click “Add members”, and type new member(s) emails in “Group members” field.
With Synk.to platform you can connect Google Groups to other groups from dozens of your favourite SaaS systems (eg. Slack, Azure AD, Microsoft 365, Jira, Confluence, Zoom, BambooHR, etc.).
Delegating Google Groups management to Group Owners can streamline communication, enhance group ownership, and reduce the administrative burden on IT and cybersecurity teams. By following the steps outlined in this article, organizations can empower their Group Owners to take control of their groups, fostering better collaboration and communication within the organization.