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create site, see site, create

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deleted sites, listsites, list deleted

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groups, list all users with each users' groups

Get-SPOUser -site https://yourtenant.sharepoint.com | ft DisplayName, Groups -AutoSize

this query takes a while, and it returns a bunch of users that look like

groups, list with members

$siteURL = "https://yourtenant.sharepoint.com"
$SPgroups = Get-SPOSiteGroup -Site $siteURL
foreach ($SPgroup in $SPgroups)
{
   Write-Host $SPgroup.Title -ForegroundColor "Yellow"
   Get-SPOSiteGroup -Site $siteURL -Group $SPgroup.Title | Select-Object -ExpandProperty Users
   Write-Host
}

groups, which groups is a user a member of?

Get-SPOUser -site https://yourtenant.sharepoint.com -loginname someuser@yourdomain.com | fl Groups

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list deleted sites, see sites, list deleted

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site, create

This command seems to make a whole new site collection, not just a new site

New-SPOSite -Url https://yourtenant.sharepoint.com/sites/SomeNewSite -Owner someuser@yourtenant.onmicrosoft.com -Title " Some New Site" -StorageQuota 100

site, delete from recycle bin

Assume you've already deleted the site but now you need to remove from the recycle bin

Remove-SPODeletedSite -Identity https://yourtenant.sharepoint.com/sites/SiteToBeRemoved

sites, list

Get-SPOSite | Sort-Object Url

this doesn't necessarily list sites you'd expect - which are the subsites under any one of these main sites. I think this lists only top-level sites. And a lot of those seem like they're:

sites, list deleted

Get-SPODeletedSite

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–U–

users, list all users

Get-SPOUser -site https://yourtenant.sharepoint.com

this query takes a while, and it returns a bunch of users that look like

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