It's pretty simple: There is a new button in the Draft toolbar that says "None" by default. If you have any Group object in the document (or derived from Group, or Arch Site, Arch Building or Arch Floor), you can press the button, and select any of them. You can do that also by right-clicking one of them in the tree, Utilities->AutoGroup.
When AutoGroup is set, the button turns green, it means autogrouping is activated. You can click on it to change the group or unset.
When autogrouping is active, any new Draft or Arch object created will be placed in that group (except when Draft construction mode is on, in which case it goes to the construction group).
This only works when creating Draft or Arch objects from the GUI buttons. Not when using them from python. This is so it is still possible for python scripts to do the grouping they want, regardless of what autogrouping says. In python scripts, using Draft autogrouping is simple, one only needs to do:
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This will take care of everything.