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    197 comments  ·  Office 365 Admin » Apps and App Launcher  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Sarah commented  · 

    has this already been cancelled? under the 'Cancelled" heading

    Admin App Launcher Customization Tools
    We’re improving the App Launcherexperience by implementing customization options for admins including theability to select and create custom tiles that appear in the user’s ‘HOME’ view.
    Feature ID: 14792
    Added to Roadmap: 06/13/2017
    Last modified : 08/16/2017

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    10 comments  ·  Delve » People Experiences  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Can you elaborate more about the concrete problem to navigate back to the SP Site? The browser’s back button should work (except for the case when a redirect flow is being triggered). Thanks for the feedback.

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    Sarah commented  · 

    just figured out that the 'pin to app launcher' feature is only working in Internet Explorer (possibly Edge, haven't tried that) but not Chrome. Frustrating user experience.

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    Sarah commented  · 

    hello O365 feedback team - I have the same question ! I don't think that using the back button is ideal really? users would expect a button or a link somewhere on the page to help them to get back to where they were, or at least a consistent navigation from the rest of O365. If a user has performed a couple of actions within Delve (eg click on a couple of different profiles, boards etc they will have to perform multiple back clicks to get back to their SharePoint Online site.
    I've tried setting a custom tile in O365 admin - that involves 3 clicks (open the App launcher, click on my apps, click on custom tile) as Delve App launcher behaves differently to within OWA or SharePoint Online (where the Custom tiles can be added straight to App launcher, so you're down to 2 clicks (App launcher button, Custom tile) but still not ideal?
    I also tried setting up a custom theme in O365 admin (that allows you to add a button with a link to the suite bar) - but this doesn't appear in Delve!
    As Heather says, it's hard to get people to adopt or even like Delve when the experience is frustrating. We feel like you can get to Delve from a few places (links on SharePoint sites, your own profile links) but you can't get out of Delve that easily.
    please can you advise when this might be added to roadmap?

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