Check Out The Newly Released Azure AD Admin Console: Now Generally Available for Users

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The new Azure AD Console for Admins

Microsoft kicked off the public preview of their new Azure AD console at and since over 750k admins from 500k organizations have tried it out.


This has been a huge effort across the entire Microsoft Identity Division and they  are looking forward to having us use it.


You can try it here:


 As Microsoft migrated the admin console to the new Azure portal, they began by listening to you, the customers. You told them that you wanted a better view into your organization. To easily understand what kind of activity was occurring. To be able to quickly figure out what information was available. To understand who had access to what and to understand how and when users were granted access.


The New Azure AD Admin Console Experience:

  • Be simple and optimized for getting work done.
  • Provide insight to help you make the right decisions.
  • Give you easy access to information.
  • Give you information you didn’t previously have.
  • Enable you to dig into all the nitty gritty details

Your Organization: Know it

The new experience begins with the brand-new landing page and dashboard. This scoped version of the
Azure portal is new for our GA release and is available at Here Microsoft focuses purely on directory functionality and provide access to all Azure Active Directory features.


From the dashboard, you can get an overview of the state of your organization, and easily dive into managing the directory, users, or application access.

New Azure AD Console

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