May 18, 2021

For quite some time, large customers have wanted Change Controls incorporated into our product. That is; understanding that a customer's deployment spans multiple environments, changes (profiles/policies/apps, etc.) are tested in a Q/A environment/tenant, are then promoted to UAT, where they undergo rigorous user acceptance testing, and ultimately to the Production environment, subject to approvals, etc.

It appears this would be a great step towards providing Change Management Controls to these customers. I would certainly support this becoming part of the product.

Great Work!

May 03, 2021
May 04, 2021

This Fling uses the Workspace ONE UEM apis and would have similar limitations. Where possible, we try to cover the limitation or display a note.

Apr 22, 2020

Would be nice if this would also use the API's to find the correct application files and transfer them from the UAT environment to the Prod environment so that those files do not have to be located again or even on the computer preforming the transfers. This would be helpful so that we do not have to have our engineers who are uploading the packages provide them directly to help desk users who might preform a migration to prod once a Change control ticket was approved and created.

Apr 22, 2020

Also including the Images in the payload would be great

Apr 23, 2020

Thanks for the feedback. For images, I can add that for macOS applications but need an API change in the UEM console in order for Windows 10 applications to have the image.

For the app files, I agree that this would be helpful. At this time, the information to retrieve the app files isn't available via the API. If this becomes available in the future then I will provide the functionality in the tool.

Nov 08, 2019

The OG input would make more sense if it mentions it's looking for "group ID", not an actual OG name. The tool tip says "short name", but that didn't make sense to me, "group ID" makes a lot of sense.

Nov 11, 2019

Thanks for the feedback. I'll work on the description in an up coming version so that it makes more sense.