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    13 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Aaron Marks commented  · 

    Admins should be able to control the Session Timeout for the Office 365 Portal at https://portal.office.com through the portal itself or with PowerShell. The timeout should function more like SharePoint where it times-out after "5 days of inactivity. Each time a user accesses SharePoint Online, the timeout value is reset to 5 days." This is taken from:

    https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Session-timeouts-for-Office-365-37a5c116-5b07-4f70-8333-5b86fd2c3c40

    The concept of a 3-hour timeout like what is set now contradicts Office 365's recommended method's for securing identities. Admins should be able to use Conditional Access and MFA to implement proper security rather than obfuscating security through timeouts. I'm fine with a 3-hour timeout if the user doesn't check the "Keep me signed in" box and if they don't use MFA/Compliant/DJ devices.

    Let's improve the user experience by encouraging end-users to actually use portal.office.com. Can you imagine how many users would use the Outlook desktop client if they had to enter their passwords every 3-hours!?!?!

    Feel free to contact me if you'd like to discuss this further.

  2. 28 votes
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    5 comments  ·  Delve » People Experiences  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Aaron Marks commented  · 

    I'm not seeing this feature even though our tenant is in First Release and it is listed as "rolling out" on the roadmap: https://products.office.com/en-us/business/office-365-roadmap?featureid=31853

    "Office 365 Groups: search Groups files using Office Delve
    By integrating Groups files (stored in a SharePoint document library and surfaced in OneDrive for Business) and Office Delve, users will be able to search content from both public and private groups they are a member of."

    I'd really love to see this feature actually released.

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