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Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 5) - Pinning a Group to the Start Screen,Deleting a Group

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Pinning a Group to the Start Screen

If you have a group that you use frequently, you might benefit from pinning the group to the Start screen. You can accomplish this task by opening the People hub and following these steps:

1. Tap and hold the name of the group you want to pin to the Start screen.

2. Tap Pin to Start.

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Deleting a Group

If it becomes necessary, you can delete a group. Deleting a group deletes only the group structure, not the contacts within the group. You can delete a group by going to the Start screen, tapping the People tile, and following these steps:

1. Flick to the Together screen, if necessary.

2. Tap the name of the group you want to delete.

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3. Tap the Menu icon.

4. Tap Delete.

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5. When prompted for confirmation, tap Delete.

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- Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 4) - Renaming a Group
- Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 3) - Removing a Group Member
- Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 2) - Adding a Contact to a Group
- Windows Phone 8 : Groups (part 1) - Creating a New Group
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