Remove Get the mobile app and Feedback buttons
Please allow site administrators to remove or hide this button as we don't want our internal user to send feedback to microsoft instead of internal support team.
Its already supported to remove the Feedback button. Set-SPOTenant -UserVoiceForFeedbackEnabled:$false.
Hi Team, When can we expect the option to remove 'Get the mobile app' ?
Philip Worrell commented
I never understood why The SharePoint Team allowed the removal of the feedback button, but kept the Get the mobile app button.
If we want our people to use the mobile app we will provide them ways to do it.
Please add the option to remove it as it just gets in the way and I am fed up of explaining to people that I cannot remove it without coding.
Please enable this soon.
When will the Get the mobile app button go away? Very frustrating to see when it has nothing to do with an internal experience.
Aaron Saunders commented
We are paying for licensing and this Get the Mobile App button matches what is going on with WordPad and the adverts there. Users don't need a get the mobile app button unless their IT Department deems it necessary for business. Is there a status on this? Our Communications site can't move forward until this button is hidden. There should be a dashboard for all UI settings. That would be amazing but I'll settle for the button being removed at this point.
Krislyn Smith commented
Remove "Get SharePoint Mobile App". This has to be removed, our users should NOT be encouraged to download this on there personal cell phones.
Just removing feedback is not enough. We need to be able to remove the 'Get the mobile app' button. Absolutely absurd that this issue has been so ignored.
Just another nail in Sharepoint's coffin. I strongly suspect Microsoft is deliberately allowing sharepoint to fall into disrepair to drive us off the platform so they can retire it.
Jacob Madren commented
IT IS NOT SUPPORTED TO REMOVE THE FEEDBACK BUTTON! Running that command has no impact, and the stupid adware continues to show up on our new production sites.
Get the mobile app has no relevance in a corporate environment as the ability to install apps is not permitted for standard users - this must be true of every environment SharePoint is ever deployed too? Why on earth is it there!
Brian “B” Laws commented
Please provide an option to remove the "Get the mobile app" toast. I have a government customer who does not support accessing SharePoint Online from user mobile devices, so this notification will confuse users.
Fabian Medina commented
PLEEEEAAAASSSSSEEEEEEEEEE REMOVE THIS "Get the mobile app" BUTTON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Why can't this be done with a PS script????
Ernest Correale commented
Brilliant! SharePoint 2019, a on premise system that has no access from the Internet has a "get mobile app" button. MS really thought that one through didn't they.
Floridian SP commented
This really needs to be in the GUI. I cannot run Set SPOTenant, this is a UI issue, it's not something that infrastructure needs to have to support.
Please make it configurable for SP 2019 on premisel on|off
Maria Orza commented
It would really help a lot if you could allow the site owner/ site collection admin to enable/ disable these two features without using Power Shell. Something similar to what Comments on the bottom of modern site pages would be really appreciated. All user things that the Feedback is sent to the site owner, when in reality this is not the case.
Jesus Alanya commented
wow....this requirement will soon go to kindergarten.... :(
Removing product Feedback button from the site footer of all SharePoint pages is great: (https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-SharePoint-Blog/SharePointpage-enhancements/ba-p/334735)
Please, do the same with "Get Mobile App", it's incomprehensible that there are no possibility to mask this button!
Any update on removing "Get Mobile App" button at tenant level.
Stephen Kempin commented
There are thousands suggestions around the same request, but apparently there is no admin in SharePoint uservoice that can group them in one single IDEA...
Either give us the ability to change the settings of Get the mobile and Feedback buttons, so we can hide them, or customize them. And there are common sense reasons to this, first internal companies policies and security, second GDPR for example and also this is misleading internal users as they think to give feedback to the internal team supporting the site.