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Learn how to get caught up with discussions and decisions by reviewing your team's conversations in Office 365 Groups.
The following procedure describes how to perform these tasks using Outlook on the web.
To review a group's conversations
Log in to your Office 365 account. For more detailed instructions on how to log into your account, see Where to sign in to Office 365.
In the App Launcher , select Outlook.
In the Outlook folder pane, select Groups, and select your group.
Select a conversation from the list to view its content in the reading pane.
Add to the conversation by selecting Reply All at the bottom of the conversation and entering your response.
"Like" a response by selecting Like below it.
My team works around the world, around the clock.
So every morning when I start work, I get caught up by checking out the conversations in our Group on Outlook on the Web.
I open Groups in the Outlook folder pane, select my group, and select Conversations on the Group toolbar.
Conversations are a shared inbox where I can see of all the discussions my team had while I was gone.
Questions, decisions, announcements, it’s all right there.
I can add to a discussion by entering a message in the Reply all box at the bottom of a conversation, or show approval and support of a message by selecting Like.
I never miss a thing.