I recently blogged a recommendation to create a new role within the Microsoft 365 Compliance Center to ensure users that must be able to review content that is up for disposition actually have the necessary access to do so. I call the role Disposition Review, but it obviously can be named whatever makes sense in your own organization. This role is necessary as even a global admin does not have the necessary access to view disposition rules by default. Disposition reviews are considered a specialized role similar to content reviewers, which also needs specialized access within the tenant (but that’s a post for another day). This post will cover creating a disposition review compliance role in the Microsoft 365 Compliance Center
Disclaimer: Microsoft is making changes all the time to the Microsoft 365 interface. Any screenshots displayed in this post are current at the last edit of the post.