As we continue to expand the end-to-end capabilities of Microsoft Entra, we firmly believe that a strong Identity and Access Management implementation should increase the productivity of the organization and all its people. Secure access should be as frictionless as possible for your users.
Thanks to feedback from customers like you, we’re delivering significant enhancements to the My Apps portal. This week we launched a public preview, available to all Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) users at myapps.microsoft.com.
A starting point for daily tasks
My Apps helps people quickly and securely access the apps they need. Your users can discover and launch applications that they have access to, making this portal a great starting point for every task.
Now easier to use
The new view is more usable, responsive, and accessible. It shows you and your users more apps in the same space and allows you to scroll between collections (groups of apps) instead of clicking to navigate between them. It scales better from large monitors to mobile devices, especially with multiple collections. All of this makes it easier and faster for your users to find and launch their applications, whether My Apps is being used with a mouse, touch screen, or screen reader and keyboard navigation.
Plus, each collection can be individually collapsed for easier navigation and also has an associated settings button, making it easier for you to find relevant actions, like hiding a collection.
Try the public preview today
Users can opt into the preview by selecting the “Try the preview” button in the header and can return to the previous view by selecting the “Return to previous view” button. Please note that drag-and-drop isn’t available in this preview but will be added before general availability.
We invite you to try the improved My Apps experience today and share it with key stakeholders and your users.
In case you missed it: Add a site to My Apps
Now that My Apps allows your users to create links to websites, it’s really the place where they can access all their relevant apps and sites. If they visit a website frequently that you haven’t yet integrated with Azure AD, they can add it by creating a simple link. To create a site, click “Add a site” and supply a name and URL.
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