Microsoft Edge based on the Chromium browser already supports the personal type of Microsoft account for login in terms of data synchronization.
However, in terms of enterprise accounts, the progress is relatively slow, for example, only now supports Microsoft 365 Business Premium.
The slow progress of support is mainly due to the fact that this type of commercial account involves enterprise-specific services, and in particular, the account uses the Azure AD domain for differentiated data synchronization.
Microsoft said that at this stage, only Microsoft 365 Business Premium customers are supported, and other types of subscription customers need to continue to wait for Microsoft’s follow-up synchronization support.
Data that supports synchronization includes bookmarks, form passwords, highlights, and settings. Users can also synchronize across devices after logging in with their own corporate accounts.
Microsoft said that if an enterprise had subscribed to Microsoft 365 Business Premium (formerly Microsoft 365 Business) before April 30, 2020, it would be necessary to log in again.
If the newly subscribed user after this date, Microsoft Edge should now be able to synchronize data, if not synchronized, you can log out and log in again.
For software administrators, if you need to perform batch configuration or use policy templates, please install the Microsoft Edge Business version for configuration.