What's New for Subscription Entitlement Service
Further posts for new functionality will be posted in What's New in Entitlement Management
November 23, 2020
October 18, 2020
June 15, 2020
Checkout restrictions allow administrators to configure controls on what products can be used as a checkout for extended offline periods and the maximum duration of the checkout allowed. For more information on how to configure checkout restrictions, please refer to Checkout Restrictions.
Enhanced sidebar menu
The drop-down menu on Entitlement Management as been replaced with a sidebar menu that improves navigation between areas.
Default Access Setting
The Default Access setting lets the administrator change the default access for all products to allow for more strict control over which products their user base can access.
If nothing is done with this setting, the default access is "Allowed" and that can be overridden at the product, group or user level. With the Default Access setting, the default can be changed to "Allowed" or "Access Denied" for all products. That setting can still be overridden at the product, group or user level. For more information on how to manage the Default Access setting, please see Managing the Default Access Setting
May 26, 2020
Custom Alerting message max length increased
The max length of the custom message that license administrators can add to the Threshold alert message displayed to end users has been increased to 300 characters.
May 4, 2020
Default Access Settings
Default Access settings allow organization administrators to configure access to entitlements across all products for a particular entitlement country. That default setting can then be overridden at the product level or by creating exceptions for a group or user.
For the initial rollout, this feature is exposed to certain accounts. It will be exposed for all accounts in the coming days.
For more information, please see Managing Default Access Settings
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