We hope that this will be a "perfect storm" opportunity for you to get an advance chance to put sapio365 to use for your Office 365 administration, while at the same time providing us with your valuable feedback so we can make sure that sapio365 works like it's supposed to.
What can you do with sapio365?
What you'll be able to do in sapio365 depends on a combination of your user rights and the session type you use. There are three different session types in sapio365:
Basic User session
Users can access all their own data including:
Drive items and their permissions
Group listings, group owners, and memberships
Calendar events for accessible mailboxes
Site and site list information
No admin consent needed
All sapio365 permissions for Basic User sessions are set and maintained by Ytria.
Advanced User session
Additional access (according to user rights):
All users' directory properties/info
Memberships of hidden groups
Group conversations and extended group information
All calendar events for public groups and private groups you have access to
All drive items you have access to through groups, sites, or user sharing
Admin consent is required
All sapio365 permission scopes for Advanced User sessions are set and maintained by Ytria.
Ultra Admin session
Additional access (with full permissions assigned):
Complete account info for all users
All mail for all users, including attachments
All mailbox settings for all mailboxes
All drive items for all groups, users, and sites
All calendar information for all users and groups
All SharePoint site information, including lists and list items
All contacts for all users
Both the Basic User and Advanced User sessions' permission scopes are set and maintained by Ytria. You must obtain admin consent. But a Basic User session is usable "right out of the box," requiring no admin consent, and still providing a powerful overview of tenant data.
Ultra Admin sessions require that you first register an application at the Azure Active Directory v2 endpoint. If you’re going to be using an Ultra Admin session, see the following section for more information about how to prepare by creating an application ID. If you will be using a Basic User session, or an Advanced User session, you can skip directly to the section
How to install sapio365.
How do I create an application ID?
In order to use an Ultra Admin session in sapio365, you must first register an application at the Azure Active Directory v2 endpoint.
All application permissions are set by you. Thus, you can specify the level of access that you want.
How do I install sapio365?
Simply click on the installer package and follow the instructions in the wizard. It couldn't be easier!
Does antivirus software affect sapio365's connectivity?
In our tests, there have been instances of certain antiviruses blocking sapio365 from establishing a connection. If you experience any connectivity problems, your antivirus program could be the cause.
If you still have problems getting sapio365 up and running, contact us and we'll help you out.
Start exploring your tenant here.
How do I send my feedback on sapio365?
It really is super easy to let us know what you're thinking. Although your feedback is optional, it is extremely valuable to us. Just remember, we are NOT testing YOU, we are testing sapio365. ALL feedback is welcome and encouraged.
This release of sapio365 includes an in-app feedback system.
Step 1 Click "BETA FEEDBACK."
Step 2 Choose the feedback button that best describes your state of mind. If neither apply, just choose one; don't be shy.
Step 3 Enter in your feedback. Be as tough and detailed as you need to be to get your message across.
Step 4 Send your comments.
Keep in mind that although your feedback is optional, it is extremely valuable to us. And remember, we are NOT testing YOU, we are testing sapio365. ALL feedback is welcome and encouraged.
What are some things you can do with sapio365?
sapio365 gathers all tenant data—users, groups, OneDrive files, calendar events, etc.— and displays it in one flexible interface. Explore how your tenant data is interweaved for drill-downs that just weren't possible before, and approach your analysis and management on a large scale.
We can't mention everything, and anyway, we want you to discover some of the good stuff on your own!
Here are just a few things you can do. Try some for yourself!
See message details and download attachments for all users in your tenant—all in once place.
Categorize data easily. Just drag and drop.
View all event information for all users and groups, all at once.
See all groups and their members in one place.
Access all OneDrive files and folders for all users in your tenant. See all their permissions, too.
Access all OneDrive items for all groups in your tenant
View all detailed information for all sites and site lists, as well as all drive items for all sites.
See all user metadata in one place for thorough analysis.
Get a global view of your users' licenses and service plans. Easily organize your data and create reports.
And there's more to come! Be on the lookout for:
Microsoft Teams management
File permission modifications
Entirely new tool modules
Creation, deletion, and modification capabilities
Ability to define data extensions
Group management—create groups, and add, remove, and move users and group files
And other good stuff...