When you create an iOS Configuration policy in intune standalone, you have a whole section dedicated for supervised mode settings.
Very few, if any, are available in the intune hybrid solution.
These settings are of great use to all Intune users, not only the ones using the standalone version.
We are eagerly awaiting the show or hide apps feature to make its way to the hybrid-version of Intune.56 votes
As Tyler said, we started this one but didn’t include the show/hide apps feature that was specifically mentioned in this request, so we called it started. We at one point planned to finish that, but now that we are retiring the hybrid service offering, I’m going to have to call this declined.
We still support co-management, which enables you to concurrently manage Windows 10 devices by using both ConfigMgr and Intune.
We encourage you to start planning your migration for MDM from the ConfigMgr console to Azure and to shift your UserVoice votes to MDM features for Intune. For more information, see https://aka.ms/hybrid_notification
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The standard way to display iOS app icons is with rounded-edged frame as seen in iOS App Store. For Android, it is a mix of rounded and squared edges. For Windows, it is square only. In the Company Portal, it is standardized to square icons. It will be good to be able to automatically display iOS app icons with rounded-edges since our developers have catered for that when creating the icons.9 votes
Hi, I talked to our design team. They say we wouldn’t change the way icons are displayed as it serves all platforms and is stays true to Microsoft patterns and design principles. With that, I’m going to mark this declined and give you your votes back.
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