Status page deprecation notice On April 29, Cloud App Security will deprecate the service health status page, replacing it with the Service Health Dashboard within the Microsoft 365 Admin portal. The change aligns Cloud App Security with other Microsoft services and provides an enhanced service overview.
Only users with Monitor service health permissions can access the dashboard. For more information, see About admin roles.In the dashboard, you can configure notifications, allowing relevant users to stay updated with the current Cloud App Security status. To learn how to configure email notifications and additional information regarding dashboard, see How to check Microsoft 365 service health.
OAuth app consents link Microsoft has added the ability to scope activity investigations to specific OAuth app’s consent activities directly from the OAuth app view. For more information, see How to investigate suspicious OAuth apps.
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