How to Kick People Out of Groups on Steam

Written by joshua phillips
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Steam, a digital distribution service for PC games, is more than just a storefront. Steam community features include a friends list, text and voice chat, and the ability to make and join groups. Members can use groups for a number of reasons, such as for clans, groups of people who play the game together. If you are the administrator of your group and no longer wish to have a member in it, you can kick that member out of your group from within Steam.

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  1. 1

    Launch the Steam client.

  2. 2

    Select the "Community" link, then click on "Groups."

  3. 3

    Click "Visit Admin Page" next to your group, then select the link for "Manage Members."

  4. 4

    Click the red "X" next to the name of the member you wish to remove. That member will now be deleted from the group.

Tips and warnings

  • Only the administrator of a private group can kick members out -- public groups have no option to kick members.

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