11 hours ago, RealBboy360 wrote
Does anyone actual have a different sign-in work or personal when signing into microsoft sites like azure?
Wouldn't you have different emails for work and personal? Who uses their personal email for work anyway? It's been years and I still can't figure it out signing into azure. I just know for some logins it's personal and some are work. Can't they just have username and password and no more options? This is a giant Sinofsky
actually I think you are missing a huge item:
how to give users a user name that is unique and will not collide with so many others.
using email@example.com means that for example all of the "smith" users do not wind up having to use smith177672 and smith123 and smith_pdq and so on...
and with groups of folks working for a company using a company email makes it easy to identify large groups work work related accounts my the common domain they all can use.
then the "username" can be distinct in the domain so that firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com for example are different and recognizable in a search.
the real world is not perfect, we all have more than one role we play...
I think the email addressbasis work well for what they are doing I have my personal Microsoft account and my work account and I know which one to login to do what.