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4/17/2018 Portal New Feature Today we’re letting our customers know about our upcoming Data Subject Request (DSR) processing capability in the Azure portal, which will provide tenant admins a simple, powerful tool to quickly fulfill the Data Subject Requests that are central to compliance with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We will fully support these DSR capabilities before May 25, 2018, the date when enforcement of the GDPR begins and when Microsoft has committed to be GDPR compliant across our cloud services. Link Link Details
3/20/2018 Portal New Features Since the beginning of the year, the Azure portal team has deployed hundreds of updates to help you manage your compute, network, and storage resources more securely, quickly, and easily. VM-related improvements we've rolled out in the past month include: improved VM connect logic, ability to add a NIC to existing VMs and NSG warnings for open public ports. Link Link Details
2/1/2018 Portal New Features Ansible is now available, pre-installed and ready to use for every Azure user in the Azure Cloud Shell. We want to make it really easy for anyone to get started with Ansible. The Azure Cloud Shell is a browser-based command-line experience that enables Ansible commands to be executed directly in the portal. This shell can run on any machine and any browser. It even runs on your phone! Link Details
1/8/2018 Portal New Features Get a modern command-line experience from multiple access points, including the Azure portal, shell.azure.com, the Azure mobile app, Azure docs (for example, Azure CLI 2.0), and the VS Code Azure Account extension. Link Link Details
12/20/2017 Portal New Features The classic portal feature Edit Directory, that allows you to associate an existing subscription to your Azure Active Directory (AAD), is now available in Azure portal. It used to be available only to Service Admins with Microsoft accounts, but now it's available to users with AAD accounts as well. Link Link Details
12/6/2017 Portal Retiring Features To provide a single, streamlined experience for Azure portal users, we will be sunsetting the Azure classic portal on January 8, 2018. Current Azure classic portal users do not need to take any action—all our services and your resources will be available in the Azure portal. Link Link Details
11/28/2017 Portal New Features Web-direct customers in the United States can now update, add, and remove payment methods for their subscriptions in the Azure portal. Link Link Details
11/15/2017 Portal General Availability Today, we are excited to announce the general availability of Bash in Azure Cloud Shell. Bash in Cloud Shell provides an interactive web-based, Linux command-line experience from virtually anywhere. With a single click through Azure portal, Azure documentation, or the Azure mobile app, users gain access to a secure and authenticated Azure workstation to manage and deploy resources from a native Linux environment held in Azure. Link Link Details
10/10/2017 Portal Preview Features Azure Enterprise Agreement (EA) users can view and analyze their subscription costs across different pivots in the Azure portal. This preview addresses a top request from our EA customers to empower subscription admins with visibility into their costs. Link Link Details
10/3/2017 Portal Preview Features We are very pleased to announce the Public Preview of the CSV format support for the Azure Consumption and Charge Usage Detail API. In Aug 2017, we released the generally available version of the Azure Consumption and Charge APIs with JSON format support. We received a lot of feedback from Enterprise customers requesting support for CSV format of data, especially for the usage detail report. Based on this feedback, we are releasing two mechanisms for pulling CSV formatted data. Link Details

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