yes , got same query from our customers, not selecting again and again single persons
Thank you all for your comments.
Based on your feedback, we are updating the default privacy setting for groups created across all five Outlook endpoints (web, PC, iOS, Android, and Mac) to be private by default where only approved members can see what’s inside the group. For customers that want to continue with the existing behavior of public by default (where anyone in your organization can see what’s inside) we are providing an Exchange Online PowerShell cmdlet to define the default value. This update will gradually rollout to all Outlook endpoints in the coming months starting with Outlook on the web.
Keep your feedback coming.
same here, lot of effort, we have to contact weekly all group owners with the request to change to private. We have weekly between 500 and 1000 new groups.
In a large company current solution not usable, health status and message center must be public or easy to handle with api syncs into other portal. Information are not secrets and there is no chance rolling out to hundreds of service desks and managers special o365 admin roles only be able to see the status and coming changes.
4,267 votesworking on it · AdminBarbara Feldon (Office 365 Customer Experience, Microsoft Office 365) responded
Great news! This capability is included in in the recently updated Office 365 Roadmap entry: “Admin App Launcher Customization Tools” which can be found in the “In Development” section.
Still waiting, so important for large companies, MS set priority please ,other current rollouts which we see free to postpone :-)
Thanks for sharing your feedback about the recently used documents. We are working on making this feature better in our future releases.