How do I organize members of my Skype Manager™ into groups?

This FAQ contains instructions on how to create a new group and add members to a group.

Groups are a great way to manage members of your Skype Manager. You can easily allocate Skype Credit, assign features and monitor Skype usage for individual groups. For example, you may want to categorize your members according to the department they belong to within your company: Marketing, Human Resources, Engineering, and so on.

Creating a new group

To create a group:

  1. Sign in to Skype Manager.
  2. Click Members in the toolbar to display the All members page.
  3. In the Members menu on the left, click Create a group to display the Create new group window.

  4. Enter the group name and click Create.

Adding members to a group

To add one or more members to a group:

  1. Sign in to Skype Manager.
  2. Click Members in the toolbar to display the All members page.
  3. Check the box next to each member that you want to add to a group. When you select a member, the option for adding members to a group is automatically displayed.

  4. In the Move selected members to a group drop-down list, select the group you wish to add the selected members to.

    If you don’t want a member to belong to any group, select Ungrouped from the drop-down list.
     
  5. Click Move.

For more information on Skype Manager, there is a Quick Start Guide, a User Guide and several tutorial movies available on the Guides page of the Skype Support site.
 

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