Whitelist Request (University Tenancy Level)
At Griffith University we are wanting to embed our number of standard web applications as well as our own internal applications within our Microsoft Sway content. Currently you get an error stating "Sorry, we do not currently support this site...". Our MS 0365 support team have advised that they cannot add any applications to our white-list for Sway.
We have found that the white-list of allowed embed-able content in Sway is controlled as one global list rather than administered per tenancy. This level of control to allow each tenancy determine their own white-list will allow organisations to cater to their individual use cases and allow greater adoption of the Sway tool.
Rae Jobst commented
Thanks for proposing this Sean. This is a critical function - and having one whitelist across all Sway accounts is quite an incredible limitation. I am a bit gobsmacked I have to say.
Allowing whitelisting at an organisational level is essential!
I hope that Microsoft look at addressing some of these system management limitations of Sway. It is a great product in terms of presenting content, but issues like this and ownership are really limiting its full adoption.