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  1. Please allow administrators to show more Profile information on the People profile pages. Such as any of the Active Directory fields (e.g. m

    Please allow administrators customization abilities to show more employee information on the Delve People Profile pages. Such as any of the Active Directory fields (e.g. mobile phone, work start date, etc.).

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  2. 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…

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  3. A way to see when the last (and next) Analysis Cycle is due to run

    The whole analysis cycle topic will be hard to understand for most users - and even for IT pros it is difficult to understand why we don't see the things we expect to see. Having access to see the analysis cycle timing for an end-user will probably help answer a lot of helpdesk questions from users who are complaining they don't see what they expect to see.

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    We will be moving to a model which is running analytics in a continuous fashion which will render the need for insights into the “cycle” obsolete. Thanks for the feedback.

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