Please make the UI so that we can search, sort, and/or filter on any column in a view in the console? For instance I want an easy way to filter to see only apps that are for Windows, or only apps that are Line of Business, of only WSfb.... etc.107 votes
Hi, thanks for supporting this issue in UserVoice. What would really help here is to get a list of the views that are still NOT searchable, sortable, or filterable. We’re going to have to approach this one view by view. In https://devicemanagement.microsoft.com/ please either give me the full path to navigate to the screen you’re talking about, or post a screen shot (and be sure to blur any names or identifying info before posting).
For a Large enterprise its Difficult to keep a track of App expiry date and notify the vendors or relevant dev teams. In Classic portal earlier we could apply the filters and get a consolidated report of app about to expire in next 40 days.
Same feature does not imply in Azure Admin console , We have to manually check the App expiry for iOS provisioning profiles.48 votes
Hi, I missed this earlier, but the week of March 26, 2018, we added alerts for expiring iOS LOB apps in the Azure portal. I know it’s not the same as the column view in the Silverlight portal, but does it alleviate the need to dig into each app, if we warn you?
It would be great if we could assign devices to a category based on their dynamic group assignment. We have a naming convention for all of our Windows PCs that we can create a Dynamic Device group to query that name and since we know that devices that follow that convention are always going to be company-owned Windows 10 devices, we would like to be able to assign every device in that group to our "Corporate Windows 10" Device Category.25 votes
Hi, Evan, does this get you what you need?
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