List of ALL the subscriptions associated to my User Login.
Currently the portal shows in the "Subscriptions" section only the subscription associated to the Directory (AAD) that is selected by default. I have several subscriptions associated to several directories.
AAD currently requires a strict directory scoping. We can investigate options if this is a popular request.
Jakub Bereżański commented
As an Account Admin, when I perform financial management tasks (updating payment methods, downloading invoices, adding credits to an OPEN subscription) I care nothing about the subscription->AAD relation and I want to see all my subscriptions at once (there may be a large amount of them, each linked to a separate team- or product-specific AAD directory for resource access control purposes).
The old account portal (https://account.azure.com/subscriptions) worked exactly like that; it showed all subscriptions in a flat list, regardless of what AAD each subscription was linked to. Except for being unbearably slow, that portal enabled me to perform my tasks effectively and with minimal effort.
Nowadays features are being gradually moved to the Azure Portal and management of my subscriptions is becoming more and more cumbersome.
On top of that, some financial features in the Azure Portal do not work correctly when I am in the context of a "secondary" AAD directory - a directory other than the home directory of my user account (clearly the financial features do not play well with AAD B2B). This requires silly workarounds, such as having another browser tab open (where I am switched to my home directory) when attempting to add credits to an OPEN subscription linked to another directory.
Definitely should be able to capture more than one subscription within a tenant, rather than just one....
Please share if any resolution has been developed for this.
I ran into the same problem over REST API. It will only display the subscriptions for the currently set default directory.
Get-AzureRmSubscription does list everything so for the time being I need to blend the two together.
donovan edmunds commented
I have the same issue. I need to see other "Subscriptions".
Manish Pandey commented
We are facing issues.
Portal or PowerShell, I don't mind
David Lozzi commented
anything new on this?
Ognyan Dimitrov commented
@Gelande Strasse are you looking for this - https://snag.gy/faJlsV.jpg
Looks like it is implemented
Gelande Strasse commented
Popular request? It should be a FUNDAMENTAL OFFERING. Right now, I'm trying to get into another subscription, and find no easy way to do so- AT ALL.
E.G for Consultant and Big Companies that have several independed subscription.
Jonathan Jones commented
Generally an admin has access to multiple subscriptions under different accounts. For example, I am a consultant, so have my own for Azure, plus Office 365. Then I normally have access to my current client's Azure account, and they normally have Office 365 too. It's frustrating....
Visual Studio works quite well now, were you can register all your Azure and or TFS accounts and it allows the appropriate one to be selected for the job in hand.
Justin Triplett commented
I have multiple subscriptions and expect to have even more in the future related to different clients. Currently when I switch directories using the user menu on the top-right it usually forces me to login again but autofills my email address incorrectly.
It would really be great to be able to switch between the subscriptions more easily or even just be able to see all my resources at once.
Brian Lacy commented
This is very important to me as well; it's very frustrating that I can't manage all my subscriptions in one place on the new portal!
This is really needed to avoid user confusion in identifying subscriptions and resources associated with each one of them.
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Sam Vanhoutte commented
Really, this is my top number 1 feature request! Especially since it's very unpredictable how subscriptions get added to directories... There should be an option indeed to have an "all tenants" selection box (or to use checkboxes for the directories)
Sam Vanhoutte commented
i agree that it becomes very cumbersome to manage multiple subscriptions
i want to see all my accounts in one view
Scott Arbeit commented
I'm not sure what the motivation was to go with the one-account-at-a-time view, but if that's absolutely necessary for some back-end reason that I don't understand, could we at least get to choose which account comes up by default? Right now I happen to be working inside of a different account than the one that the new code has chosen as my default, so the first thing I have to do every time I log in to the Portal is change my subscription. It's just two clicks, but, still... it's unnecessary, and I can't imagine how the Portal UX team thought this was an improvement. Thanks!
Benjamin Gibbs commented
I can't echo this enough totally foolish to make such a change!