AADB2C: Integrate Office 365 to work with B2C
You have B2C integration for cloud applications but there is no integration of B2C with Office 365 licenses. That makes no sense. Office 365 is a cloud application and so should therefore be able to be assigned licenses from a corporation to their B2C users.
This is not a scenario we intend to support with B2C. Take a look at the B2B feature with Azure AD.
There are limitations in B2B. When I worked with a Partner organization we could never get it to work for them.
Also we have cases where we have external users for our external SharePoint portals. B2C is ideal for such scenarios. B2B is not always ideal. I request that this feature is supported by Microsoft.
Tan Nguyen commented
Now, We also need this feature too. B2C App authenticated user login and map personal account to B2C app account. So, we can set to these accounts can assess to read/write files on the SPO site. Need to consider this.
Marc Garcia commented
The ability to share a OneDrive folder to anyone with an existing OpenID Connect identity (either social media, or via corporate IdPs, or 3rd party enterprise tools like Auth0 or Okta). External shares are "free" in sharepoint online but only work with email-based registration (one time link) or via existing identities in Azure AD (can be guests users, B2B), but that carries an AD user cost.
Sharepoint on-prem can perfectly invite people from other federated domains and there is no incremental cost.
B2C support for O365, or at least sharepoint, is the missing feature. Please reconsider
Amitkumar Raja commented
it is much needed feature in Sharepoint online solutions
Agreed .. Office 365 is not meant for this.
UNNIE AYILLIATH commented
This would make good sense especially for SPO