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The Google logo at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Think of Google Groups as a repository for items you want to come back to later or share with others. You can save links, images and locations from Google search results. How you use it is up to you.
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Easy way to save and share

Think of Google Groups as a repository for items you want to come back to later or share with others. You can save links, photos and locations from Google search results. How you use it is up to you. It’s great for everything from places you want to visit to an online recipe book with links to your favorite dishes.

It’s almost like using Pinterest… without a Pinterest account. Here are some clever uses for Google Groups:

Mood boards to inspire your renovation project

Quotes and ideas on setting and achieving goals

Simple shopping lists

Messages you want to refer to later

Lists of your favorite places, things you want to see and places you want to visit

Medical research for a disease or condition

Dream of boats, cars and vacations when you win the lottery

Resources to take care of your loved one

Everything for an upcoming wedding

DIY projects

Hair and makeup ideas

It’s also easy to share groups. Once you’ve set up a group, just tap share icon in the upper right corner. You can get a share link or photo of the person you want to share with a tweet, Facebook message, or email directly from your group page.

Now let’s take a closer look at how to set up your own groups.

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How to use Google Groups

You may have saved a group or two without realizing it. To check this go to google.com/collections.

Start a new group on the computer:

go to google.com/collections.

Select on the left New group And give it a name. click Yes indeed to save it.

Now you can search for things to add.

You can save articles in any groups you create directly from Google search results.

Do a search on google.com and click the desired result.

Tap at the top Three points more choice and search add to. You can’t save this item to a collection if it doesn’t exist there.

This saves the item to your most recent collection. To choose a different one, tap you change > Choose your group.

You can also do this on your phone.

Start a new group on Android or iPhone:

Open the Google app.

Tap below groups > Look at your groups > New group.

Give the group a name and tap Create.

To save items, do a Google app search, tap and select the result add to At the top.

To save the images, do a Google app search and tap the image. Choose more > add to.

Here you are.

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