Desktop Analytics has been available in public preview for over a month. We’re getting some great feedback from our customers and are committed to adding value to our offerings. We’ve added some exciting features in our August update for Desktop Analytics. These features are based on the feedback we heard from you. Here are a few top picks from the features we delivered this release:
1) The App Health Analyzer, which provides compatibility readiness insights for your Line of Business apps, is now retired as a standalone toolkit. The good news is it’s now integrated with the Configuration Manager client in 1906. This integration simplifies deployment and manageability of app readiness insights in the Desktop Analytics portal.
If you’re on Configuration Manager 1906 or later, you’ll see all these insights for your DA enrolled devices seamlessly. These insights can help you make sure your apps continue to work after you upgrade Windows.
2) We received feedback from customers that sometimes, while onboarding, they selected the wrong workspace or chose a test tenant. Now, a global admin can reset and change the workspace after setting up Desktop Analytics in the environment.
3) From your feedback, we learned that providing user inputs for all your noteworthy apps in the workflow can sometimes be an intensive process. We now have a new feature to help reduce your efforts in annotating certain apps in the workflow. These apps are:
o System apps and components published by Microsoft
o Apps managed and updated from the Microsoft Store
You can learn more about all the August features from our What’s New article. Everything you need to get started is available at https://aka.ms/DADocs. In the coming months, we'll be releasing more features to help accelerate your Windows 10 deployments. We can't wait for you to try them out and give us your feedback on User Voice!
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