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I currently have two Google Groups: A and B. Is there any way to merge these two groups together and move all the people in group B into group A?

There are some people who are in both groups, so ideally the solution would handle duplicates.

I did find one solution, but I couldn't find the 'groups tab' the answer referred to. I suspect that answer referred to an older version of Google Groups, but if not and I'm just overlooking it, could somebody provide a more detailed breakdown of what to do?

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The referred solution is regarding groups in Google Contacts that could be accessed directly from the Gmail web UI, not for Google Groups. – Rubén Dec 24 '15 at 15:55

Unfortunately, what you are asking for is not possible. Google Groups has no such feature.

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It looks like you can't really merge the groups into a whole group, but you can nest one under the other, which will allow the nested group to receive all of the emails and default settings of the parent group.


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Nesting groups is only available for Google Groups for Business, not for the consumer edition. – Rubén Dec 24 '15 at 15:53

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