Create sample code for a customized landing page for Azure AD applications
The MyApps portal isn't customizable enough (many requests to improve this). Why not create and share sample code so customers can imbed Azure AD applications into their OWN landing pages?
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.
Alongside this, we are looking at ways to expose these capabilities through APIs that allow customers to create their own version that meets their needs.
Please keep sharing feedback and ideas!
Christopher FOWLER commented
Logical Jim... ;¬)
Yes and yes the default myapps portal is difficult at best. No customization, grouping, removing apps you may not want to show up for users etc. Random apps showing up that can’t be removed.
What I have figured out is that you can take the app link from the application properties and place that link anywhere and it will behave just as if you used the myapps portal.
I have talked to Microsoft and they have recommended livetiles.nyc. This product is free for .edu.
Bring the same or a similar end user experience to MyApps / Access Panel like LastPass. https://blog.lastpass.com/da/2016/01/introducing-lastpass-4-0.html/
Options, like being able to toggle between tiles or list views, search for apps (helpful at scale), and dragging/dropping applications between folders.
@TristanW: Thanks for input
It would be great if Microsoft could allow different layouts / templates for the MyApps.microsoft.com and allow the end-user to move the app tiles around or perhaps group them. Basically the same as in the "Office 365 App Launcher" or Windows 10 Start Menu
Why have both https://portal.office.com/myapps and MyApps.Microsoft.com. Why not do the alignment with the Office team and make "One Pane of Glass".
It would be very appreciated for any future updates to the MyApps.microsoft.com site.