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SharePoint has basic user groups by default that users can be assigned to, but in this current world hardly anyone never customizes something. The same thing is true for SharePoint. There may be times when a group of people need special permissions so a new SharePoint group has to be made. This can be a huge timesaver because instead of having to permission each individual user, you can just make a group with the necessary permissions and then assign multiple people to the group very easily. SharePoint customization should make things easier and as SharePoint consultants there's nothing we like doing more.
Figure 1: The Site Settings Page
Figure 2: The Permissions Page
Figure 3: The Create Group Page
Figure 4: The New Web Development Group
Note: If you can't add a group name, either the group name already exists or you do not have specific permissions to add groups. Check the permissions settings to ensure you have the appropriate access rights.
Figure 5: The Share Dialog Box
Figure 6: The New Group Members
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