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Filters cannot be edited once created. This is problematic as the only time to share a filter is on creation. You cannot share it after creation.
This means you need to share a filter that may or may not work, there needs to be an edit option so filters can be tested then shared in separate steps.1 vote
Please check the comment, filters can be edited at any time.
A daily spending notification is too frequent for us. We would like the option to get weekly reports instead,10 votes
We activated the new report interval feature which allows a wide range of notification options. Just visit the notification options in the settings menu.
I'd like to be able to see which Microsoft account (of Azure Active Directory account) is being used to authenticate. This isn't visible anywhere if I'm already signed-in to my Microsoft account. I use multiple Microsoft accounts, so this can be confusing.3 votes
You can now move your mouse cursor over the avatar and a small tooltip will show you the account which was used to login. Thanks for teh feedback.
Allow to upload the spending information from a non EA Azure Subscription manually into to Azure Costs. This would give non EA customers also to perform active spending and costs management.4 votes
Now it’s possible to connect Pay-As-You-Go subscriptions, just join our beta program.
I would like to be able to put a filter on a tag (and/or service types), so i can get a direct overview of everything with a specific tag (like a username, or a prod/dev differentiation.1 vote
Now it’s possible to create personal filters and share them with the team
I would like the billing email to be a per user preference setting instead of for everybody. This way all team members can decide for themselves if they would like to receive those emails.
And I also would like the recurrence to be configurable, so not just daily, but also weekly, and/or every x number of days etc.1 vote
From now on the user settings can be defined per user. The more granular way to define a schedule is tracked in a separate idea here: https://azurecostmonitor.uservoice.com/forums/268777-feedback-on-azure-costs/suggestions/14806260-introduce-more-email-report-interval-options
When you have setup a connection to AAD and limit access to users based on a AD group, all you need to do is send them the URL to access. However if you would like to limit the subscription they see in their dashboard you need to change settings on the user (after his first login), so it would be helpfull to alerts the admin(s) that a new user has logged on to the site, so the admins know of a new user and can modify his rights1 vote
Possibilty to give the tags a color and to show a graph with these tags.3 votes
The new UI is available since a couple month and the graph will get the correct color their.
Dashboards seem to be delivered in Euro and it could be great to add an option to select the currency. CAN$ for example ;)3 votes
When you click on a subscription and all the services are displayed, they only show the name of the services, it would be helpfull if more information about the services is being displayed, like for instance, what type of service it is (web site, virtual machine, sql, storage etc)3 votes
Servicetype is now visible and usable as filter
Most of our Azure users (including those that 'monitor costs') only have an Azure organizational ID. It would be nice if they would be able to login to the cost monitor using this account.2 votes
It should be possible to tag single resource which allows to bundle different resource to a contain e.g. a project. Switching between a tag and subscription view should be possible.3 votes
Receiving costs alerts when a specific service exceeds a define cost limit would be very helpful. This alert can be send out via e-mail or some services like PushOver.4 votes
Added new alert dimensions:
- Daily Burn Rate (absolute)
- Daily Burn Rate (relative)
- Daily Burn Rate Difference
- Daily Burn Rate Maximum
Sometime it's important to understand on which day a specific service produces which costs to understand how user traction influences the budget consumption.
For this it should be possible to drill down a single service to see the costs on a daily basis.4 votes
Just click on the service to see the daily spendings
A refresh button to reload changed data after a sync would be helpful and can replace hitting F5 :-)1 vote
Currently every user needs to know the EA contract number and the JWT token issued on the enterprise portal. A better option would be that an user can invite an other user to an existing EA contract by adding his Azure account. The user should get an invitation e-mail from the system.3 votes
To make the user interface more suitable into the existing corporate identity defining the logo and a basic color scheme based on e-mail domains should be possible0 votes
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