For me, Delve is like window's File Explorer but for the content that was shared with me. As a user, it is only natural to have the ability to search for content in one central place no matter if you created it or someone else shared it with you. Currently, you search for the content you created (or saved) in File Explorer and "shared with you content" on a completely different environment - Delve.
It will be very useful to integrate them. Access Delve from file explorer, or even better, replacing file explorer with Delve3 votes
When viewing a profile it should be possible to get street address information etc. from the location.
When viewing a person's profile, our administrators have to go back to SharePoint online to get information on the site he or she works at. It should be possible to get street address information etc. from the location, perhaps managed by a master list where additional information can be added when location information is imported from AD.47 votes
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Enable delve analytics to work with on-premise and hybrid scenario exchange users.18 votes
when using sharepoint task list, my assigned tasks not appear in delve. It will be good if it's appear in delve27 votes
When sharing documents from OneDrive, it would be useful to have control (either on a company-network-wide basis, or as an individual user) as to whether the phrase "See more related to [user] in Delve" appears in the sharing notification email ("[user] has shared '[document]'").
Reason for this is that it may not always be relevant to highlight Delve content to the intended recipient. I would be good to be able to do this without turning off Delve functionality for the user altogether.
As per Q&A here https://community.office365.com/en-us/f/154/p/431146/1089612#108961215 votes
Users do no like using the web, they already have too many tabs open and avoid opening more web sites at all costs. Please add functionality to Office applications to open files via Delve. Otherwise a standalone 32-bit desktop application will be needed to get users using this service.16 votes
I want to use Delve by Windows App on my Windows 10.
Because I use my Windows 10 as the Tablet transforming from the notebook/2-in-1, so many time.19 votes
Umm, it should exist?74 votes
Hi all, we are actively working on a Windows App. We’ll update when more information is available for you. Thanks!
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