25 Nov’19

Azure and Office 365Import multiple Users in Office 365

One of the common tasks to import multiple users in Office 365 is to be able to create multiple users in the most efficient way possible.

Here’s a quick guide to doing so using Import multiple users feature in Office 365 Admin Center.

Download Template for Importing Users

  1. Let’s say you are in the Admin Center using portal.office.com. Under Users, You’ll find a button to Add Multiple Users
    addMultipleButton
  2. And the feature lets you download a template with some sample data in case you’re unsure of what to enter.
    downloadTemplate.png
  3. Once downloaded, you’ll get the Excel in your system
    downloaded
  4. Now, you’ll see some sample data which you can simply delete to add your actual data.
    sampleData.pngdeleteSampleData.png
  5. And let’s say, your data looks like this. I’ve added Kuldeep Gupta and Subhash Mahato, 2 users with some info.
    sampleData

Import Back into O365

Now, we are set to import this in O365.

  1. On the same feature, look for Browser button to import.
    browserExcel
  2. Click Verify to validate the info entered for any errors. Once verified, you can click Next.
    verify
    clickNext.png
  3. On the next step, I’ll assign licenses and proceed by clicking Next.
    assignLicenses
  4. Once the processing is done, users will be added
    importCompleted
  5. And you’ll see 2 new users in O365 with the selected licenses
    2newUsers.png

Hope this was easy! 🙂

 

Written by

Priyesh Wagh

Sr. Software Developer

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