As you Intune administration was first released with his own portal (known as Silverlight portal), then has been integrated to the Azure administration portal and now Intune/Endpoint Configuration manager is moving away from the Azure portal. After the released of the new Endpoint Configuration Manager portal URL (https://endpoint.microsoft.com/) this move was expected. Starting August 1st, […]
As you know you can manage your Azure resources with different tools, PowerShell, Azure Cli, web browser or event the Azure Portal application. Well, when you use the Azure portal with your browser, you can now customized resource list view (when you add/remove or re order the columns/fields). NOTE 1 this is not available (yet?)
The Azure portal menu (aka your favourites menu) has been refreshed and now can be hidden, or flyout, giving you more space for your dashboard. The next time you logon to your Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com) you will be greaten by the below prompt asking you to choose between the flyout (Ok) or the docking mode.
It has been a long awaited feature for dashboards on Azure portal: getting the dashboard to auto refresh. Well, good news, the auto refresh capability for dashboard is now available in Azure portal. To start enabling this auto refresh feature, logon to your Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com), select the dashboard you want to use and check
Next time you are logging on to your Azure administration portal (https://portal.azure.com) you may be a little bit surprised as it will not display your usual dashboard but a new home page. Don’t be worry it will offer you to select which ‘home page’ you want to set: either the new home or your dashboard.