Audience: ClassLink Administrator
Apps can now have expiration dates set. When the date has passed, users will no longer be able to see that app in their My Apps screen. The app will still be visible in the Management Console. To set an expiration date, click the Blue button under the new Expiration Date column in the Add and Assign Apps menu. Please note that Global applications cannot have an expiration date.
In the menu that appears, toggle the Expiration Date switch, then click under Expiration Date and select a date from the picker.
Admins can view a list of all apps with expiration dates by clicking the App Expiry Report button at the top of the menu. This list can also be exported as a CSV.
This list will also be emailed every week. The email address needs to be specified under CMC>Settings>Customizations>Application Expiry Email field. In addition, an email will be sent when an app is 10 days from expiring and will continue to be sent every day until the app expires. A notification in My Apps will also be sent to the specified email address with app expiry information.
App Two-Factor Authentication
Individual apps can now require Two-Factor Authentication. Like expiration dates, this can only be set for non-global apps. To enable Two-Factor Authentication, open the Other Actions menu, and toggle the TwoFactor switch.
Users who launch an app with TwoFactor turned on will be required to enter the six-digit code from a mobile authentication app in order to use the app. If they have not set up mobile two-factor authentication, they will be presented with this screen: