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  1. Please Allow Admin can change InfoPath Resources on SharePoint Online

    Please allow Admin can change InfoPath resources on SharePoint online.

    It's not good if your InfoPath forms on SharePoint without enough resources and then error message will show up and then system force closed InfoPath form.

    Users don't want this critical error message "This session has exceeded the amount of allowable resources" happen again.

    SharePoint onsite can change InfoPath resources by Admin, Why SharePoint online can't?

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    8 comments  ·  SharePoint Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    declined  ·  O365 Feedback Team responded

    Thanks for your feedback! Although we appreciate your time and effort to give us this feedback, it’s not something we’re planning to do right now. But who knows – if enough customers ask for it, we’ll definitely reconsider. You can see what’s happening with Office 365 on the Office 365 Roadmap.

  2. Disable the cloud storage

    You should be able to use the office programs without having to store things in the cloud. We have strict policy against storing things in the cloud so we can not use this software. We should be able to store documents and files on the device.

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    11 comments  ·  SharePoint Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    declined  ·  O365 Feedback Team responded

    Thanks for your feedback! Although we appreciate your time and effort to give us this feedback, it’s not something we’re planning to do right now. But who knows – if enough customers ask for it, we’ll definitely reconsider. You can see what’s happening with Office 365 on the Office 365 Roadmap.

  3. Allow ability to visually organize or group SharePoint site collections in SharePoint admin

    Allow ability to visually organize or group SharePoint site collections in SharePoint admin. Maybe in a folder structure or some other grouping structure. Would be useful for grouping Production vs. test vs. in development site collections. Or to group by function.

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    declined  ·  O365 Feedback Team responded

    Thanks for your feedback! Although we appreciate your time and effort to give us this feedback, it’s not something we’re planning to do right now. But who knows – if enough customers ask for it, we’ll definitely reconsider. You can see what’s happening with Office 365 on the Office 365 Roadmap.

  4. Clear all user metadata from SharePoint Online after a user is deleted from Office 365

    I recently had a situation come up where a user's name was typed in incorrectly when their Office 365 account was provisioned. The error was propagated to SharePoint, and even though I corrected the error in Azure Active Directory and Office 365, the mistyped name persisted in SharePoint Online. In fact, I deleted the users account entirely from AD and Office 365 and recreated it with the same alias and the mistyped name persisted in SharePoint Online. There is no way, even using PowerShell to clear that metadata store or force an update. Please provide a way to force an…

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    0 comments  ·  SharePoint Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    declined  ·  O365 Feedback Team responded

    The root cause is fixed. We had a bug. Changes to AAD are background synced to SPO cache. We had an issue where it took far too long. It should happen in 24 hours. This is why you did not see the typo corrected in SPO.

    Unfortunately the new user you created is a different object, even though the alias is the same. The AAD user associated with the name that has a typo is gone, so the SPO cached version will not be updated.

    We understand that this is a problem in your case but it was caused by a bug and we don’t expect it to be so common for us to build a tool that would allow editing the SPO cache.

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