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TAKE OR ASSIGN A TOPIC In some groups, topics can be assigned to a particular group member who is then responsible for resolving the topic. This is common, for example, with a Collaborative Inbox used to handle support issues.   Whether you can tak...
RESOLVE A TOPIC For some types of groups (such as Collaborative Inboxes and Q" height="293px;" /> * If a new topic requires no action, select the topic on the Topics page and choose Actions > Mark no action needed. This is typically only done b...
CREATE A NEW TOPIC When you create a new topic, you also create the first post in the topic. To create a new topic via email for an email list, simply email the group [1] like you normally do. To create a new topic in a forum: * At the top...
DELETE A POST You can delete any post that you created. Group owners and managers can also remove any post. When a post is deleted, people viewing the topic will see a message that a post was deleted, but they won't see who it was from: To delete a...
FILTER TOPICS You can also use filters to narrow the group's topics list. This will limit the number of viewable topics.   * From the Topics page, click Filters to see your options: Note: If you don't see Filters it means you don't have the Filt...
READ AND RESPOND TO POSTS IN EMAIL If your group is set up as an email list, you'll probably read the group's content in email. Simply email the group [https://support.google.com/a/users/answer/9303223#4.1]. Group members can see your email messages in t...
READ AND RESPOND TO POSTS ON THE FORUM If your group is set up as a Collaborative Inbox or as a Web or Q&A forum, you'll probably read and respond to posts using the group's online forum. (See the Google Groups for Business overview [https://support.goog...
SHOW MORE TOPICS ON A PAGE In the Topics page image above, the topics are listed in Standard view. If you want to show more topics on a page, click the Compact list view button. In this view, each topic takes only one line instead of two: To return...
TAG TOPICS Some groups use "tags" to categorize and find topics. Tags are enabled and created by whoever manages your group.   If your group uses tags, you can add tags to categorize any topic that you've created. You can also click on a tag to displ...
VIEW TOPICS ASSIGNED TO YOU To view topics that have recently been assigned to you, click New assigned on the Topics page:   Or, you can use filters to view all topics assigned to you, or closed topics assigned to you. Additional Information: https...
VIEW THE TOPICS IN A GROUP To view a group's topics, just open the group's page in the Groups directory. The group's Topics page appears. For example:   The Topics page is sometimes referred to in different ways. If you normally access a group's cont...