Security Trim Hub Menu
Security trim the hub site's top menu bar
Pierre LEURENT commented
This feature is crucial, otherwise Hub navigation is not really usable at a large scale.
Derek D'Amore commented
For those of you looking for a SPFx solution, see the following: https://github.com/bcameron1231/SharePoint-Framework/tree/master/react-hubsite-securitytrim-navbar
I concur that hub menu could be developed further to allow target audience or security trimming.
I agree this feature is much needed
Pauline Dahne commented
This is needed urgently for the rollout of our Modern Intranet using Hub Sites
Aroh Shukla commented
It's really troublesome for customers who are embracing Hub sites
Nick Pettijohn commented
Security trimming on Communication sites, whether a Hub site or not, does not even work for restricted site pages on the same site. This is true both for the upper Hub navigation, and the lower local nav. This is VERY inconvenient.
Devang MISTRY commented
This is a much needed feature!
Sam Haugh commented
It would be amazing if this worked how Nick Brattoli and Andy Z suggest!
Frustrated admin commented
Very frustrating...hub sites no more
Discussion about this topic can also be found on this site:
https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Shipping-SPC18-into-Production/Security-Trimming-for-Hub-Site-Navigation/td-p/222811 and is in development. I do see this is now going from Q4-2019 to Q1-2020 https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=34251
Instead of making it a higher priority it takes even longer. Hopefully it will be finished on January 1st :)
Solid Knight commented
This is officially referred to as 'Access Based Enumeration' and I want it. This also helps keep menus manageable to the end user. Users are also prone to spamming access requests whenever they attempt to navigate to something they do not have access to.
Robert Del Rio commented
No more hub sites
Andy Z. commented
I second Nick Brattoli´s ideo. Associated Sites should automatically appear in the Hub Sites Top Nav and be security trimmed (only users with access to the site see the link in the Top Nav).
Kyle Petersen commented
The global navigation on a hub site needs to support security trimming so users only see the links they have access to. This has always been a fundamental feature of SharePoint that users don't see resources they don't have access to.
Make for users only the navigation points visible, where they have rights. (Like the classic navigation)
Nick Brattoli commented
I think it should auto populate all of the hub sites, with dropdowns that auto populate associated sites, still with the ability to add additional links. All should be security trimmed. This can be accomplished with search.