Several methods exist to add new user accounts to groups automatically. Dynamic group membership is an obvious option, but other choices exist, including org-wide teams (if your organization is under 10,000 accounts) and using PowerShell to manage the automatic addition of new members to a standard distribution list or Microsoft 365 group. This article examines the various methods. Once you understand what’s possible, you can make the right choice.
The prospect of having to pay for many Azure AD Premium P1 licenses just because you use an org-wide team is horrible to contemplate. But don’t worry. You don’t have to because the Teams developers look after membership updates for you.
The latest version of Teams supports the ability to create org-wide teams, but only if your tenant has fewer than 1,000 accounts. It’s a neat idea, if you can use it, but if you have more than 1,000 accounts, there are other ways to foster company-wide communications.