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Remove the need to sign-in to Sway when it is embedded into a SharePoint Online site

Remove the need to sign-in to Sway when it is embedded into a SharePoint Online site

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      • DaiDai commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The scenario is straight forward. User embeds Sway into a Team Site. Team Site is shared with wider users who find they are asked to login to Sway even though they are already logged into O365. Noted if users have accessed Sway recently, they don't get prompted.

      • TamaraTamara commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        When this issue came up, I approached our district administration. They informed me that the issue was with SWAY. However, it turns out it is indeed the district's filtering system. Sway does embed properly using a private account. Our school district has agreed open this up to view without sign in. Thank you for responding to this.

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