The current individual application control has around 150 pages worth of applications. It would be easier for us to better manage individual app (enable/ disable/ add by default) if we can export everything to a report, sort of like bulk edit.5 votes
Currently, when admins/co-admins mark apps as 'available' or 'disabled' in the Admin Console -> Enterprise Settings -> Apps page, no reporting event is triggered, meaning companies have no way to self-identify who enabled/disabled which applications/endpoints, and this is a major security concern for some customers.
REQUEST: Add entries to the Security Report in the admin console whenever:
1. A published app's status is changed between Available, Disabled, and Added by Default (via the Enterprise Settings -> Apps page)
2. An API key is added/removed from the Unpublished Applications Whitelist field on Enterprise Settings -> Apps13 votes
Exploring this feature but no timeline yet.
Currently, the Box + Slack integration auto-unfurls Box shared links that are posted into a DM/Channel in slack.
The only Box file type that unfurls to a native (in-line) preview are image files (jpg, png, etc.).
Slack has a native preview for a video file uploaded directly in Slack, but no preview for the same file when shared via Box.
REQUEST: Add in the native (in-line) preview (that already exists for image files shared from Box) for many more common file types (Office files, PDFs, mp4s, etc.) -- possibly by leveraging the Box Preview API.7 votes
Actively considering this feature as part of Slack v2 integration, planned to release in Q3
Similar to the SFDC integration where Box folders can be tied to SFDC records1 vote
We are working with Slack to understand the implications on implementing this. Please also reach out to the Slack team to share your feedback.
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