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View or edit your organization’s information

Published: April 16, 2012

Updated: February 27, 2014

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This topic provides online help content for cloud services, such as Windows Intune and Office 365, which rely on Windows Azure Active Directory for identity and directory services.

You created your organization’s profile the first time you signed up for a trial or paid subscription. The information you provided during the sign-up process determines such things as billing address, contact information, and the primary domain name assigned. If necessary, the global administrator can edit this information at a later time.

More information The following steps can be completed using either the Office 365 account portal, the Windows Intune account portal or the Windows Azure AD portal, depending on which services your organization has subscribed to. In this way, portals act as front-end interfaces that pull in directory data associated with your organizations Windows Azure AD tenant. For more information about using portals to manage your tenant, see Administering your Windows Azure AD tenant.

  1. Navigate to your portal. The name of your organization is displayed at the top of the portal page. The name of your organization acts as a link to your organization’s profile.

  2. Click your organization’s name to see the profile.

Only a global administrator can edit his or her organization’s profile. To learn about permissions by role, see Assigning administrator roles.

  1. Navigate to your portal. The name of your organization is displayed at the top of the portal page. The name of your organization acts as a link to your organization’s profile.

  2. Click your organization’s name to see the profile.

  3. In the profile window, under your organization’s name, click Edit.

Additional information

  • You set the Country or region for your organization when you first signed up. While you can change other information in this profile, you cannot change the Country or region setting after sign-up.

  • The Language preference option determines the language for all business communications that are sent from Microsoft to your organization.

    TipTip
    Using Office 365? This option also determines the language that SharePoint Online uses when a site collection is created. This is the language that your users will see in SharePoint Online when they view the sites you create.

  • The Language preference in the organization’s profile can be different from the Display language setting in the user’s profile.

    • The administrator controls the Language preference in the organization’s profile.

    • Individual users control the Display language setting in their profiles. This option determines the language each user sees in the user interface. Users can access their profiles and change their display language by clicking My profile at the top right of the page.

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