I'm quite new to using the Admin Center for my SharePoint Management needs, and I am wondering :

Is it possible to see ALL Permission Groups that have been created on my SharePoint?

We only recently started using SharePoint Online so there are not many Sites/Users actually using it yet.

Any assistance is appreciated! Cheers!

1 Year Later Update -

I'm with a different company now, and am running into the same issue. Is there a way to do this without using PowerShell? This was very easily achieved in past versions of SharePoint, but I'm starting to believe it's not that easy now. I would just like to see all SharePoint User/Permission Groups. Any assistance with this is greatly appreciated!

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You can get users and groups of all SharePoint Online site collections using PowerShell.

For more detailed information, refer to the following articles:




  • Lisa, I just found out how to open PowerShell. I'm terribly inexperienced with "code" and am trying not to break anything haha Is it as easy as copy/pasting those code blocks into the Prompt to get results?
    – Mumford451
    Jun 11, 2019 at 19:10

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