I'm thrilled to announce limited preview of automatic sensitivity labeling in Office apps using built-in classifiers. As part of this preview, the Microsoft 365 Compliance Center will allow you to create sensitivity labels and corresponding automatic or recommended labeling policies in Office apps using built-in classifiers.
The six built-in classifiers that are available as part of this preview are :
The Office apps which will support automatic sensitivity labeling using the above classifiers include the following:
The subscription and license requirements for this preview are similar to what is needed to enable automatic sensitivity labels in Office apps. You need one of Microsoft 365 E5, Office 365 E5 or Azure Information Protection Premium P2. For more details, see subscription and licensing requirements for sensitivity labels
For the tenant in which you want to enable built-in classifiers backed sensitivity labeling in Office apps, you should have the following as pre-requisites :
To express interest in this preview, please fill out this form with your details and we’ll enable it for your tenant in 3 working days.
Testing of built-in classifiers
Please follow the steps to create an auto-label policy which uses any of the built-in classifiers
TIP : For the purpose of testing please use recommended labeling. Once you are satisfied with how the policies are working you can choose the auto-labeling option
TIP: For the purpose of testing please restrict the scope of users to a limited set of users which can be expanded later
Throughout the process of testing built-in classifiers and label application across Office apps, your feedback on the following would be helpful:
We have published a form that you can fill to send us your valuable feedback.
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