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Support Tip: Apply Intune app protection policies to the Microsoft Lists app for Android
Published May 03 2022 02:00 PM 5,821 Views

Update 06/09/22: Microsoft Lists is now available as a public app when configuring app protection policies for Android devices. You no longer need to add it as a custom app.

The Microsoft Lists app for Android has integrated with Microsoft Intune app protection. Although it is not yet listed in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, we wanted to show you how to target it manually using the package ID.

 

In the Endpoint Manager admin center, under Apps > App protection policies, select an existing policy or create a new one. Select the policy Properties page and edit the Apps section. Under Custom apps, choose + Select custom apps.

 

Screenshot of the "Edit policy" page in the Endpoint Manager admin center, with a callout around the option "+ Select custom apps.Screenshot of the "Edit policy" page in the Endpoint Manager admin center, with a callout around the option "+ Select custom apps.

 

Under Select apps to target, in the Package ID field, type com.microsoft.lists.public and select Add. You’ll see a confirmation that the app was added successfully, and the package ID will appear under the fields.

 

Screenshot of the "Select apps to target" window showing the "App added" success message and the package ID at the bottom of the window.Screenshot of the "Select apps to target" window showing the "App added" success message and the package ID at the bottom of the window.

 

Next, click on the package ID and the Select button will become available (turn blue). Click Select to add the app to your policy’s targeted apps.

 

Screenshot of the "Select apps to target" window where the package ID has turned grey once clicked on, and the "Select" button is blue at the bottom of the window.Screenshot of the "Select apps to target" window where the package ID has turned grey once clicked on, and the "Select" button is blue at the bottom of the window.

 

You should now see the Microsoft Lists app package in your Custom apps list.

 

The Edit policy page in the admin center showing the package ID listed under the "Custom apps".The Edit policy page in the admin center showing the package ID listed under the "Custom apps".

 

If you have any feedback or questions, reply to this post or reach out to @IntuneSuppTeam on Twitter.

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