First published on CloudBlogs on Jul 14, 2015
We want to hear from you! Tell us how we can improve the
Microsoft Intune technical documentation on TechNet
by using our new
, powered by UserVoice. Just like with
, and many other Microsoft products, you can now post your ideas about enhancements, issues, or gaps in our technical documentation that you’d like the Intune writing team to address. Everyone can see what you submit and, in true community fashion, they can vote for your idea if they like it and want to show their support. We look at all of your suggestions and try to fix any errors quickly.
How to get started
The site is located
, or you can click the feedback link at the bottom of the
Intune admin console,
as shown below. On the site, you can browse all you want without logging in but, if you want to vote for an idea or submit your own ideas, you'll need to provide your name and email account, and accept the UserVoice terms of service.
One of the really cool things about UserVoice is that we can also use the site to have a conversation with you about what you want and don't want. The Intune writers will be watching and, if we have questions, we can ask you for clarification. If we incorporate your suggestion, we can tell you when your request will be completed. When you log in, make sure to enter your email address so that we can get back to you. When posting, be sure to choose the “Documentation” category and, after you’re done, encourage your friends and fellow admins to vote for your ideas too!
: Use the
Intune UserVoice site
for suggestions related to Intune standalone (cloud only) and Intune connected with System Center Configuration Manager (hybrid). If you have ideas for something related to Configuration Manager that is not specific to mobile device or mobile application management, submit your feedback
Also, check out the Intune
website, where you can find downloadable Intune guides, scripts, and other resources for IT professionals.
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