Agreed; it would be great in a large company to see who has actually posted blogs other than searching each person's profile page one-by-one.
This is also encompassed by the post here:
Quite a few more votes there; maybe could merge these two?
Would be great to have a "view count" on it as well - see how many people are actually visiting the blogs or if they're just being ignored by the staff.
Would it work to use this workaround?
In the Outlook Web App on O365, add a shared folder for the Group you are using, and then you can drag and drop the emails from your Outlook project folder to the Group inbox.
It's not perfect for sure, but it saved me a ton of forwarding of our own emails.
Hello, I’m updating the status of this UserVoice suggestion back to “thinking about it”, as it appears the previous status update was misleading. The core of the suggestion is to allow folders.
Keep on posting on this suggestion to create folders within group mailbox.
Please add subfolders to conversations in Outlook Groups; this list of emails could get huge, and being able to organize would be key for us.
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This is in our roadmap and in development.
We’re currently looking how how you can create and manage preservation and deletion policies that affect Office 365 Group mail and files.
Keep track of this on our roadmap: http://fasttrack.microsoft.com/roadmap?filters=#I-61261
Ultimately our users would like to be able to remove the group from their sidebar in Outlook, but have the ability to Discover it later and re-add it if they need to make it an active group again, without the hassle of having to "re-join" the group later - especially if they are the only owner.
To change the email address of the group, follow the best answer here: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_o365admin-mso_exchon-mso_o365b/how-to-add-an-email-alias-to-an-o365-group/79d94383-442a-4e3a-ac62-4ff1ea8af962.
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