Deliver a roadmap which shows what functionality is planned and under review.
Hi all, unfortunately we don’t have plans to share out a public roadmap. This is constantly changing as we’re listening to customer requests. We will continue to update feedback.azure items as they come up so feel free to suggest anything you are curious about.
It would be good to introduce some controls such as conditional access policies within Azure B2C. What would be good would be to introduce some controls such as access packages that could be configured to remove any unused accounts that havent been used for a while to be deactivated. Other conditional access policies which would make it more convenient to remove accounts that are no longer used.
Dekel Asaf commented
It doesn't seems dead but surely not priduction grade product and IMHO doesn't stand the standard MS is trying to have for its product.
It seems like a big MS client has requested some features and those were stitched specifically for him
I did a mistake and tried to use it :-(
Travis Plummer commented
Is azure ad b2c dead? The samples are horrific, they simply dont work. Many concepts are not even explained anywhere much less how they would apply. Too much confusion over different endpoint types, reply urls, different places to register an app. The list goes on. The problem is that this needs to be solid. Its our front door and this one looks kicked in.
Raffael Grob commented
Specifically the general availability date of IEF is what I like to know. Are there any info available?
I agree. Most of the B2C features are in preview and have been for years.
Clients are avoiding this product because there is no transparency when stuff is going to GA.
When is OpenId connect IDP going to GA?
Items such as Custom Policies are a key benefit within B2C. We need to know when this is most likely to go GA before our customers will use it. We really need a tentative roadmap so we can encourage our customers to use B2C.
This would be hugely beneficial. There are various things that are planned, started, in preview, but with no indication of when they were started, or how long they may take (months, years, decades...). This makes it very hard for us to plan.
I agree. We really have use for the Identity Framework Experience, but cannot do it unless it's not in Preview. I can find nothing on the effort to indicate IF That will happen.
Hugo Voerman commented
It would be great to have something like the API Mgt group provides at https://trello.com/b/FAA147vS/azure-api-management-product-roadmap