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Google Groups is a service from Google that provides discussion groups for people sharing common interests. Google Groups makes it easy for groups of people—such as project teams, departments, or classmates—to communicate and collaborate.
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Triggers whenever a new member is added in google groups.
Adds a new email alias for a group.
Adds a new member to a group.
Creates or updates a group
Delete a member from a group.
Creates an agreement. Sends it out for signatures.
Google Groups is a service provided by Google that allows users to create groups of people.
Google Groups was launched on February 5, 2001. It was formerly known as Deja Usenet. The service allowed users to search the archives of Usenet and access the Usenet in a web interface. The service also allowed users to post messages to Usenet discussion groups. On March 1, 2001, Google bought the service from its creator, Deja News, Inc. and began offering it free of charge to individuals as a beta service.
Google Groups was initially available only through an interface using public-domain software. In 2001, the company released Google Groups for corporate use, providing a gateway for large organizations to centralize their email lists. In 2003, Google launched subscription management tops for public use within the Google Groups service, allowing non-corporate users to create or subscribe to mailing lists or newsgroups. Later that year, Google introduced a blog aggregator, upgraded Google Groups with enhanced list management features, and unveiled a fresh interface design.
In 2004, Google began offering Free Email Based Anti-Spam/Anti-Virus service created by Spamhaus. This service was integrated directly into Google Groups. By 2005, the service had 2 million subscribers. In January 2007, Google announced that it would be removing the Free Email Based Anti-Spam/Anti-Virus service from Google Groups because usage had declined significantly; subscriptions remained possible but no longer actively pushed. In March 2007, Google launched Google Moderator, allowing users to submit questions and vote on other peoples’ questions. The search engine giant has also made changes to its privacy ppicy since launching the new product. In October 2007, Google added Google Mail support for Google Groups, enabling users to receive posts via e-mail. In addition to Usenet newsgroups, users can now include email mailing lists and RSS feeds in their accounts. In February 2011, Google removed the “Subscribe via Email” feature which enabled users to subscribe to mailing lists via email.
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