Export Office 365 Group members into a CSV file using powershell.

Hello,

I want to lists all members in a Office 365 group (not distribution group) into a CSV file.  

I used to use the Get-DistribuitonGroupMember to list members in Distribution Groups but obviously, this does not work in Office 365 group.

Please advise.  

Thanks.
nav2567Asked:
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
Use Get-UnifiedGroupLinks:

Get-UnifiedGroupLinks -Identity groupname -LinkType Members

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Mohammad Ishtyaq KhatriCommented:
Get-UnifiedGroupLinks -Identity <Group> -linkType Members -ResultSize Unlimited | Export-CSV -Path <Your Filepath\filename.csv> 

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Jose Gabriel Ortega CEE Solution Guide - CEO Faru Bonon ITCommented:
I'd use a different approach
$UserCredential = Get-Credential
Connect-MsolService -Credential $UserCredential
$MembersByGroup=@()
Get-MsolGroup | where{ $_.GroupType -notmatch "Distribu*"} | %{
    $members=Get-MsolGroupMember -GroupObjectId $_.ObjectId |  where{ $_.GroupMemberType -match "User"}

    if(!($members)){ $MembersByGroup+= new-object psobject -Property @{"GroupDisplayName"=$_.DisplayName;"GroupObjectId"=$_.ObjectId;"GroupType"=$_.GroupType;"Members"=$null}}
    else{ $MembersInfo =@(); $members | %{ $MembersInfo+= new-object psobject -Property @{"MemberDisplayName"=$_.DisplayName;"EmailAddress"=$_.EmailAddress;"GroupMemberType"=$_.GroupMemberType;"IsLicensed"=$_.IsLicensed}}
        $MembersByGroup+= new-object psobject -Property @{"GroupDisplayName"=$_.DisplayName;"GroupObjectId"=$_.ObjectId;"GroupType"=$_.GroupType;"Members"=$MembersInfo}
    }
}

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Way to use it:
$MembersByGroup | select Group* -ExpandProperty Members
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nav2567Author Commented:
Thank you very much.  

Is there a way to export only the below columns only?

Identity
first name
last name
primary smtp address
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
It's literally as easy as typing those properties...

Get-UnifiedGroupLinks -Identity groupname -LinkType Member | select Identity,FirstName,LastName,PrimarySmtpAddress

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