Roadmap

Select more than one principal and change their permissions, remove them or move users to SharePoint group.

Keep track of the user activity across the entire environment – always know who did the action, where and what has been changed, including permission changes, check in documents, creating Teams or externally sharing.

Clone user permissions in bulk for more than one object. By using this option, with a single click, you can clone the permissions for the entire tenant and its hierarchically lower objects – from a site to a list item.

Find all user reports under one section. List all permissions, Microsoft Teams and Office 365 Groups membership, as well as their changes through the time. Check the OneDrive storage usage and stop file sharing if needed.

Use permissions cleanup wizards in combination with cleanup reports to delete orphaned users or users without permissions and keep your SharePoint permissions healthy.

Automatically detect Flows, PowerApps, and their owners. Find out which Flows or PowerApps users own and prevent potential problems when a user leaves the organization.

Keep an eye and report on the Office 365 content utilization, detect most/least used documents, user activity or storage growth trends.

You can schedule a time and period of running scheduled snapshots, which will make your job of tracking permissions changes much easier.

With the scheduled reports option you can choose the type of the reports you need, schedule a time of generating the reports, and send them to the email address you have specified or save them to a SharePoint document library. This way, your management can easily compare and analyze the reports, even if it doesn’t have an access to the app.

With a quick glance at Overview, you can have a powerful insight into the security of your site collections, Microsoft Teams, and Office 365 Groups from a single place. You can then anticipate and avoid the possible problems.

We are adding some new reports which will give you better insight into permissions levels and SharePoint groups across the tenant, and have a better control over external sharing settings. On top of that, some existing reports will get live versions.

Discover Teams in your tenant and associated Office 365 groups. Find out which users are in which Team and check if Team settings are set according to your company policies. Change tenant-wide settings for Microsoft Teams and Team specific settings.

Analyze OneDrive permissions and find out which files users have shared with external users. Track storage usage and find out inactive OneDrives.

If you are a global tenant admin, you will be able to automatically discover and connect to all site collections in the tenant.

SysKit Security Manager will crawl your site collections and take a snapshot of permissions so you can track permission changes over time.

Compare permissions between an object with broken permission inheritance and its parent. Compare permission changes on a specific object over time.

Get a detailed overview of SharePoint structure and permissions assigned to each object in the hierarchy.

Find out where and which permissions user has across your SharePoint environment.

Get a list of the content in the tenant that is shared with external users, along with the external users it is shared with. See the permissions that they have on the content.

Find orphaned users or users without permissions. Find groups with disabled owners and groups without users.

Note: Please bear in mind that this is a high-level roadmap without feature details; everything listed here is subject to change without prior notice.