Feature Configuration

Many of the features in Tikit are enhanced by integrating with your M365 data. As a result, multiple features need additional consent in order to be enabled. Please enable the features you would like to use following the guide below and then consent for your organization.
Note that a M365 administrator account is required for consent.
Once consent has been granted, you will need to go into the Azure Portal under Enterprise Applications to remove it. For more information, please check out this FAQ with the steps for removing permissions.

Please enable the features you would like to and then consent for your organization.
Looking for more details on setting up and configuring Tikit? Check out the Complete Setup Guide.

To enable or disable features in Tikit:

  1. Enable each feature by selecting the slider next to My Work, Email Connector, Intune Connector, and Teams App Management features, then select Update Consent.


For more details on the permissions required for each feature, check out the table below.

  1. Sign as a M365 Administrator, then in the Permissions Request prompt check the Consent on behalf of your organization and then select Accept.

Congrats! Each enabled feature will now be available to your users. Note that once consent has been granted, you will need to go into the Azure Portal under Enterprise Applications to remove it. For more information, please check out this FAQ with the steps for removing permissions.

Feature Permission Description
My Work Have full access to user calendars Allows the app to read, update, create and delete events in your calendars.
Read and write all groups Allows the app to create groups and read all group properties and memberships on your behalf. Additionally allows the app to manage your groups and to update group content for groups you are a member of.
Read user mail Allows the app to read email in your mailbox.
Email Connector Read user mail Allows the app to read email in your mailbox.
Send mail as a user Allows the app to send mail as you.
Intune Connector Perform user-impacting remote actions on Microsoft Intune devices Allows the app to perform remote high impact actions such as wiping the device or resetting the passcode on devices managed by Microsoft Intune.
Read devices Microsoft Intune devices Allows the app to read the properties of devices managed by Microsoft Intune.
Read all devices Allows the app to read devices' configuration information on your behalf.
Read Microsoft Intune RBAC settings Allows the app to read the properties relating to the Microsoft Intune Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) settings.
Teams App Management Submit application packages to the catalog and cancel pending submissions Allows the app to submit application packages to the catalog and cancel submissions that are pending review on your behalf.
Manage user's installed Teams apps Allows the app to read, install, upgrade, and uninstall Teams apps installed for you. Does not give the ability to read application-specific settings.
Allow the Teams app to manage itself for a user Allows a Teams app to read, install, upgrade, and uninstall itself for you.
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