For Microsoft-Applications, permissions need to be enabled by a global Azure administrator from your Staffbase platform on behalf of the organization. An app reference is created in the Azure AD of your organization. Here it is also possible to review app permissions and grant admin consent on behalf of the organization.
Enabling Microsoft Connections for Your Organization
If you want to connect your Microsoft 365 services to your Staffbase platform by using the default Microsoft App, you must approve the connection by giving consent on behalf of your organization
The default Microsoft App doesn’t support multi-tenant accounts or a customized login experience. Make the structure of your organization fits the configuration.
- You are using the default app provided by Staffbase, have established a connection to Microsoft in the Experience Studio and are signing in for the first time.
- You are an Azure Global Admin.
- In the user view of the Staffbase platform, navigate to Settings > Account.
- Under Connected Accounts, click Sign Infor Microsoft 365.
The dialog for signing in to Microsoft 365 opens.
- In the sign in dialog, enter your Microsoft 365 account details or select your account.
- Click Sign In.
The dialog for permission requests opens.
- Select the checkbox Consent on behalf of your organization and click Accept.
You have given Microsoft connections the permissions for your Staffbase platform.
Review Permissions for Microsoft Applications
You can manage and review the permissions for Microsoft applications on your Azure Portal.
- In the Experience Studio, you have configured one of the following:
- a Microsoft Connection
- a Microsoft Plugin
- a Microsoft 365 Widget
- In your Azure Active Directory, navigate to Enterprise applications.
- Choose for which type of Microsoft content you want to manage permissions for:
- Microsoft Connections
- If your organization uses the Staffbase default app to establish a Microsoft Connection to your Staffbase platform, choose Staffbase Integrations. If you have built a custom app for the Microsoft Connection, choose the name of your custom app.
- Microsoft 365 Widgets
- For configuration of Microsoft 365 Widgets permissions, choose Staffbase MS365 Widgets.
- Microsoft 365 Calendar Plugin
- For the configuration of the permissions for the Microsoft Calendar Plugin, choose Staffbase MS365 Calendar Plugin
- Microsoft 365 Files Plugin
- For the configuration of the permissions for the Microsoft Calendar Plugin, choose Staffbase MS365 Files Plugin.
- Under Permissions, you can review permissions for your Microsoft application.
- Click Grant permissions on behalf of your organization if you have to enable the application for your internal communication platform.