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Would be nice if someone from the Exchange team could comment on this ticket. For my case I'm doing a more from a on-prem system that supports this (domain alias(es) => domain) - and not being able to perform this native in Exchange online (incoming) prevents me from moving a large organization (a customer) to "pure cloud".
Just had a support incident with Microsoft support on this issue (and they confirmed that alerts isn't currently a feature on *PRIVATE* Office 365 groups).
Giving 3 votes!
It would be very nice with a UX to include the NavBar and AppLauncher into other custom apps (Azure web pages) and also external SaaS applications. This so when building a unified "web portal" for the users it's easy for them to navigate to "standard office 365" pages.
Maybe the following features could be implemented as well:
- Possibility to enforce a app (make it impossible to remove/unpin from app-launcher)
- On click in app launcher (setting for open in new window/tab, keep window, open as overlay)
- Possibility to have the NavBar on different places (left,right, top, bottom - like Windows start meny)
- Possibility to have the NavBar "always visible" or "auto-hide with slide in"
Thanks for sharing this with us. The team is looking at how to improve the O365 homepage. These are helpful details. Others should please comment with specifics as well if they have ideas on customization improvements. – Jay Waltmunson (O365 Program Manager)
Some other cool possiblities would include:
* Fetch Yammer feed (or at least top 3 new entries from Yammer)
* Live tile with information from a web service (for example newest information from helpdesk system or news feed - or similar)