Provide a central logging service for all sensitivity labeling logs154 votes
Central logging of AIP actions is now available in preview.
See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/information-protection/reports-aip for additional information.
Create a DLP Policy where you can add the Sensitive Label on it because currently, only Sensitive info type and Retention Label can be added100 votes
This capability is now in Private Preview – sign up at: https://aka.ms/mipc/DLPlabels-preview
Azure Information Protection will be able to apply the same tracking and revoke features on email that today are available for documents.76 votes
Revocation of protected emails formatted with OME is now in preview.
Please note that email tracking functionality is not yet included in this preview.
Provide a way to configure the location and style of headers and footers in visual marking. We currently provide Font size, color and alignment, but having the ability to specify location, bold, italic and other settings is critical to be able to align the markings with corporate identity.75 votes
Many organizations have standard document templates with footers or headers including phrases like "Contoso Confidential" or other standard text. When Office applies content marking in the form of a footer, these texts become redundant and in many cases visually overlap. MIP should offer the ability to detect boxes with specific text and remove them when applying content markings.56 votes
This feature is now available in preview.
I can really se the need for tracking a document without protecting it. Everyone can freely share this document but I can track who and when it is used. Could be based on a signature instead of encryption.
(Note: the original feature request was called Tracking without Encryption, but this can't be possible as without encryption anyone can open the content even without a connection, and thus tracking would yield extremely unreliable results, so we redefined it as Tracking Without Protection)43 votes
The All Authenticated users feature allows for tracking without protection. Of course, tracking without encryption is not possible since if it’s not encrypted no license is required for accessing the content and thus there can’t be tracking, but the feature currently in preview should meet the same need. I’m renaming the feature request to reflect this reality.
I have a customer that wants to classify incoming emails manually. But the lablebar do not show on incoming email. You can click to show the labelbar but not change existing (non existing) label.35 votes
This is now availble in preview as part of Exchange Online service side auto-labeling feature:
Microsoft has recently invested in Machine Learning technologies that can detect patterns and correlate different pieces of content. These are currently used for e-Discovery and other capabilities. Leveraging these capabilities to automatically classify content by correlating it with other pieces of protected content would provide more automatic classification, reduce false positives and lighten the load on administrators so they don't have to constantly update classification rules.28 votes
Trainable Classifiers integration with sensitivity labels is now availble in preview.
You can join the preview at: https://aka.ms/MLSensitivityLabelsPreviewConsent
Enable Outlook to apply an existing S/MIME certificate based on a sensitivity label (as is already available on the AIP client).25 votes
This feature was just put into preview in the AIP Client 1.41.
Learn more here:
Recommended classification is currently not supported in Outlook. It may not need to run continuously in the background like Word or Excel, but would be good to at least Recommend when the user hit Send20 votes
This is available in preview, more information on how to implement it can be found here:
We would love to have our DLP policy automatically pick up on emails that have a label or document and either gray out the send button if it meets the DLP policy or somehow stop the email automatically instead of sending back a block reply.19 votes
A capability to raise a pop-up messages in Outlook that warn, justify, or block emails being sent with a specific label (mail or attachment) is available in preview from version 1.48.1 which can be downloaded from http://aka.ms/aipclient.
More information on how to configure this capability is available in AIP official documentation
Provide a single interface to see all actions taken by both admins and users in the configuration and running of the service, as well as information management by users17 votes
AIP Central reporting is now available in Preview:
It would be handy for some documents if you could define a wildcard scope or everyone to view a document (with or without an expiration date) while you give for example co-author rights to all tenant users.
This could be usefull for some types of information for example safety sheets that you want everyone to be able to read but to make sure the latest version is used.12 votes
This feature has been released as a public preview.
for instructions, and more information here:
MIP should be able to detect code in documents and emails in order to flag it as intellectual property.7 votes
While code can’t be detected via a Sensitive information types, it can be detected with a Trainable Classifier (see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compliance/classifier-getting-started-with?view=o365-worldwide). Trainable Classifiers can be used for detecting content in documents via Sensitivity Labels, to detect content in Communication Compliance, for applying retention labels and some other scenarios, with more scenarios in the roadmap.
This is available as part of the SharePoint Online sensitivity labels preview.
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