Don't prompt for classification when closing an unsaved document
More of a bug I think. If you decide not to keep a document and attempt to close it, user is prompted to classify (if "all documents require a classification" policy is set) before the save prompt. User cannot cancel the classify prompt, must classify and then they get the standard "save, don't save, cancel" dialog. This is confusing. Label prompt should only appear after user hits save.
Ron Manns commented
Several users have told us that they don't know why they have to add a label to an Office document that they have not and don't want to save. This seems to happen because the Automatic Save for Recovery feature in Office apps is saving the open files (typically after 10 minutes), so AIP considers the document "saved" and in need of classification.
We can educate our users about this behavior. But is there a way to simply prevent this from happening?
This behavior must be a bug rather than a feature...