Azure portal July 2021 update

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The update for this month in the Azure portal is the ability to see which subscriptions are children of their management groups.  

 

Management Groups > Management + Governance

  • Subscriptions available in Management Groups hierarchy + more!

Intune

  • Updates to Microsoft Intune

 Let’s look at each of these updates in greater detail.

 

Management Groups > Management + Governance

Subscriptions available in Management Groups hierarchy + more!

Subscriptions are now available to browse directly in the Management Groups hierarchy found in the Management Groups extension. Users can traverse through their tree structure and immediately see which subscriptions are children of their management groups.  

 

With the rollout of subscriptions, there is a new command to Expand/Collapse all rows within the tree structure. By default, subscriptions are nested under the group unless expanded.  

 

New grid functions are available as well. Users can now sort their hierarchy by Display Name or by Total Subscription count- allowing for portal users to quickly find management groups and manage subscriptions at a glance. There's a new command bar button, "Expand / Collapse All", to quickly toggle between the expanded and condensed hierarchy. Users can also now right-click on a management group in the grid and add a child management or child subscription to it directly – reducing the amount of clicks to create / update their hierarchy. 

 

To view the new features:

  1. Login to the https://portal.azure.com
  2. Click on Management Groups from https://ms.portal.azure.com/#home 

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  1. See the screenshots of the new experiences below.

 Subscriptions are nested under the group. There's a new command bar button, "Expand / Collapse All", to quickly toggle between the expanded and condensed hierarchy. There’s toggles to sort the hierarchy by name and subscription count.

 

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Right click on a management group to view the new quick actions.

 

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Intune

Updates to Microsoft Intune

The Microsoft Intune team has been hard at work on updates as well. You can find the full list of updates to Intune on the What's new in Microsoft Intune page, including changes that affect your experience using Intune.

 

 Azure portal “how to” video series

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Next steps

The Azure portal has a large team of engineers that wants to hear from you, so please keep providing us your feedback in the comments section below or on Twitter @AzurePortal.

 

Sign in to the Azure portal now and see for yourself everything that’s new. Download the Azure mobile app to stay connected to your Azure resources anytime, anywhere.  See you next month!

 

 

 

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