Introducing Work Account Support in Clipchamp Desktop App

March 19, 2024
1 min read

Microsoft Clipchamp's update introducing support for logins with Azure Active Directory/Entra ID accounts is a game-changer for me. Finally, I can seamlessly access Clipchamp's work version right from my desktop app without needing to juggle between browsers. As someone who relies heavily on Microsoft 365 for work, this integration streamlines my workflow and saves me valuable time.

I'm excited to learn that the rollout for this feature will begin in early May 2024 and is expected to be completed by early June 2024. Knowing that I won't have to wait too long to take advantage of this functionality is a relief.

As an admin, having the ability to manage the desktop app's availability for my team and control which versions of Clipchamp are accessible is a significant bonus. It gives me the flexibility to tailor the app to our specific needs and ensure that everyone can utilize it effectively.

To prepare for this update, I'll need to ensure that the app version installed on our managed devices is 3.x or later. This ensures compatibility with work account logins and prevents any disruptions in our workflow.

Overall, I'm thrilled about this change. It's a step in the right direction towards enhancing productivity and making collaboration smoother within our organization.

Thx for reading.

Rene Vlieger

Rene Vlieger

As a Microsoft 365 consultant, Microsoft MVP and a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), I spend my days immersed in the world of cloud technology, assisting organizations on their transformative journey. My passion lies in enhancing productivity, fortifying governance, ensuring compliance, bolstering security measures, and fostering seamless adoption of new technologies.

In my role, I strive to be more than just a consultant; I aim to be a catalyst for organizational growth and evolution. By guiding businesses through logical steps, I help them ascend the maturity ladder, ensuring that every technological advancement is not just implemented but embraced wholeheartedly. But my commitment doesn't end there. I believe in the power of sharing knowledge, which is why I invest heavily in training sessions, workshops, and yes, even penning (or typing!) joint blogs. 

My Microsoft 365 knowledge includes Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, Loop, Viva, Purview, Defender, Entra, Outlook, Whiteboard, Copilot, and Forms.