Note: You can add new groups using the Groups tab under the directory, or by syncing them from on-premises.
Now, any users who belong to this group will see this application on their app access panel at http://myapps.microsoft.com . When they click on the app, they are automatically signed into the application using the admin-provided credentials. Should the event arise that a user is assigned to two different groups that provide different credentials for the same app, the access panel will prompt the user to select which username to sign in with after selecting the app. This enables you to easily manage your shared social media accounts (or other password based SAAS app accounts) in one place, instead of needing to communicate and manage a shared set of credentials across multiple people in your organization. We hope you'll find this new capability useful! We're already in the process of rolling it out here at Microsoft! And as always, we'd love to hear any feedback or suggestions you have. Best Regards, Alex Simons (Twitter: @Alex_A_Simons ) Director of PM Microsoft Identity and Security Services Division
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