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Adding a group that all Lync users can see

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We're using Lync Online as part of Office 365. Its a hybrid install as we have an Exchange server on-premise and is configured for single sign on with ADFS.

I'm playing with Lync and ideally I'd like to create custom Lync groups that would appear for all users. Think meeting rooms where users could join either in pairs or in large groups.

Is this possible?
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Vasil Michev (MVP) earned 2000 total points
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No, this is not possible with Lync Online. The usual workaround is to create a DG with all the members you want to show up in the contact list, then ask the users to add that group in Lync.
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