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Is it possible to disable or control the incessant notification in the Office 365 portal?

Posted on 2016-09-23
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I think the title of the question says it all.  We are just moving to O365 and I'm the admin and I'm in trying to do things and I get these same notifications over and over and over and over and over...

Yes, I know my password needs changing and I know that this migration batch started or finished....for the third or fifth or tenth time.

This is mega annoying and I'd like to stop it.
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Not much control over these sadly, after a while you learn to ignore them.
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If you are a global admin, no.

Here's a thought. Maybe you could create an "in cloud" global admin for you to manage your O365 resources and then remove the global admin role from your synced account.

That's what many of my customers do.  It doesn't really resolve the issue but it takes those many notifications out of your inbox by putting them elsewhere.
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Thanx...
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