App icons in the application panel of Azure AD:
- Grant admin and or user possibility to put applications in folders or organize them in a smart way
- Possiblity to "hide" and "unhide" icons.
- Possibility to categorize them, for example: Enterprise applications, BU specific applications, etc
Thanks so much for the feedback! Customizations of the My Apps portal for both end users and admins are on our roadmap. This includes providing the ability to re-arrange and group apps and as well as using a customizable domain.
We’ve also recently add a few new features to allow you to better manage the visibility of apps on My Apps. You can now hide specific third party applications and as well as the set of Office applications. Learn more about it here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/active-directory-coreapps-hide-third-party-app
Please keep sharing feedback and ideas!
Patrice Beauvais commented
I just want to add:
I would love to see the search bar functionning like the one you have in Office.com.
It provides a result list with not only applications but applications, files, persons, sites.. that is really more convenient.
Hi its been almost 2 years now. Any chance this is going to get done? 3rd part vendors have far surpassed in interface and design.
Steven Cuthill commented
Agreed, ignoring that the app page is now looking outdated and out of brand with the rest of MS design standard. admins should have the ability to create hierarchy based on category of published apps.
Users should be able to favourite / pin apps.
Ability to publish to start menu / edge favourites links if device is AzureAD / InTune joined
ability to use custom dns / cname ( apps.mydomain.com )
Please do this. The app panel/myapps is possibly the worst user interface. The back-end functionality is great, but the actual app panel usability is terrible.
At least add free text search or something or expand the list of apps when scrolling. We have over + 300 apps today and its getting very hard to find the correct apps when Development are allowed to create apps on their own.