How to Create Chatter Groups in Salesforce

Julie Contino |
 Learn Salesforce |
 Aug 1, 2022

In today’s video, we’re going to show you how to create Chatter groups in Salesforce. You can either have public Chatter groups, which anyone can join, or private groups. To create Chatter groups, follow these steps: 

 

1. Navigate to the App Launcher. 
2. Type and select Groups. 
3. Select New. 
4. Fill in the name, description, and access type for the group. When done, select Save & Next. 
5. Optionally add a group photo. 
6. You can either add members now, or do so later. Once finished, select Done. 

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