The New Google Groups Is Out Of Beta

The Google Groups (beta) that was launched in October, at groups-beta.google.com is now out of beta and moved to groups.google.com, as announced by Griff Hazen, Software Engineer on Google blog. today we're dropping the "beta" and unveiling a number of new features in more than a dozen languages. If you're already in a Google Group, you'll be […]

The Google Groups (beta) that was launched in October, at groups-beta.google.com is now out of beta and moved to groups.google.com, as announced by Griff Hazen, Software Engineer on Google blog.

today we're dropping the "beta" and unveiling a number of new features in more than a dozen languages. If you're already in a Google Group, you'll be transitioned automatically, and if you're new to a group, welcome!

What comes in the new version is —a cleaner homepage, search results that look more like web search results,  and for your discussions, there's no need to struggle to follow interrupted conversations, as Google Groups now includes the same style of organization that Gmail users love. Take a tour to learn more. 

Now you can customize the look of your group, create and edit web pages, and view member profiles. Each group is alloted 100 MB storage space, that you can  use to upload and share files (including photos).

And if you're wondering how you might use a group, how about:

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