We recently announced the launch of the Microsoft Lists app for Android. The app was launched with App Protection Policy (APP, also known as MAM) and its support for the Require app protection policy grant control. We are happy to share that Microsoft Lists will now also supports the Conditional Access (CA) grant control, Require approved client app, like other Microsoft 365 apps, such as SharePoint.
Note: The app is currently available to members of organizations that have an Office 365 or Microsoft 365 commercial subscription that includes SharePoint. You will need to sign in with your OrgID (Azure Active Directory credentials).
When this will happen
These improvements are now available to users.
How this will affect your organization
If you are using a CA policy that only leverages the Require approved client app grant control, Microsoft Lists will be considered one of the approved apps today. However, we strongly recommend that you update your CA policy to take advantage of the Require app protection policy grant control. For more information on the recommended policy configuration, please visit this page.
Microsoft Lists app is also added to the Intune console and can be added under All Apps or All Microsoft Apps.
What you need to do to prepare
If you are not utilizing APP, CA, or either grant control, no action is needed. You may want to notify your users about the app and update your training and documentation as appropriate.
For more details on how to target apps with your app protection policy and configure conditional access, please visit these pages:
- How to Create and Assign App Protection Policies
- Conditional Access: Require Approved Client Apps or App Protection Policy
Message ID: MC443390
Platform: Android, Online, World tenant