Delve profile - better support for custom profile properties/settings
I bumped into the new "profile experience" in Delve this week and am not loving the lack of ability to customize. Before the new experience, we added several of our own profile fields such as Certifications, Educational Background, etc, and removed some of the out-of-box properties.
This worked fine in the "old" profile, but in the "new" profile, the headers for the OOB properties stay in place when those properties are hidden, creating an empty section. They also relegate the custom properties to an area below the fold of the page.
It would be great if we had more administrative control over the profile experience, especially the header sections - hiding fields in the profile is built into the admin UI, we should also be able to hide the headers that they come under as they contain language specific to those properties.
Thanks for your feedback! We like your suggestion and we’re planning to build it.
We really just want to show an alternate phone number (mobile) on the profile card.
searching for the properties saved in custom user profile properties would be really nice!
Richard Foppen commented
We would like to be able to add custom fields to the contact cards and/or to the Delve profile information (display those besides the primary fields).
Any updates on this?
Is there an update on this?
Come on Microsoft, please focus on returning functionality that used to exist onPrem, before adding more and more features we don't use!
Thomas Biebl commented
Is there a timeframe?!
I still can't change my initials on my profile to my full name as I had it before with the "old feature". This new feature doesn't give me that option and I tried out the initials to see how it'll look and then the new features kicked in and now I can't change it back. Everyone in my organization has their full name on profile so it shows on emails, etc. For me all you see is my initials which looks very unprofessional. When could you fix this and have this feature back??? The old version was better than this.
Mark Leher commented
There is an add-on, www.discovermepro.com, which provides highly customizable employee skills profiles for SharePoint and should help significantly.
Prem Rai commented
Please get this rolled out as soon as possible , this is a big issue currently.
Any customization would be nice Id like to move the custom properties around sync with different attributes from azure ect ect
David Pietschik commented
Nothing's happening here anymore. Delve is dead.
Two years and not one update. That's very disappointing.
Martin Sørensen commented
Do we have any update on this item.
Emanuel Malacarne commented
Our business just decided to build a skill inventory system based on the data collected in Sharepoint Online.
The request to display the custom skill categories in the "Skills and expertise" section just came in.
I hope this will be possible with this feature =)
Sumonrut K. commented
I dont see in the profile where is the location (plant name) that persons working for. I think this is strange. I try to look around but could not find.
Dear MS support,
we'd like to raise the possibility to customize the information shown in Delve.
In details we'd like the possibility to move some info from "contact information" to "additional Information" section in Delve.
It'd be really useful.
Joon du Randt commented
It would be very useful to override the edit profile UI entirely. Two ways this could happen:
1. Allow us to build a SharePoint framework web part and replace the current UI with that
2. Allow us to specify an edit profile link to an external website
Is there any update on the plan to build this? We are waiting for this functionality as we have complexity in our AD.
Eli Robillard commented
Orgs often want to replace the way properties like Expertise are managed (e.g. populated based on project experience, not self-declared), so not only do we need to remove the existing "Ask Me About" in the profile view (already possible), we need to add a custom User Profile property into that "Skills & Expertise Section." This bulk "Additional Information" isn't appropriate - clients consider their custom properties essential, not "additional."