For the SharePoint Administrators that have moved to the Modern Experience, you may have noticed the "Feedback" button on the bottom right of all of your pages. That button is fine and dandy and it seems great that Microsoft has provided a quick way for your users to give you feedback about your site... that is until you realize that this "Feedback" button goes directly to Microsoft. End users don't realize that their comments aren't being seen by their SharePoint Admins and users get frustrated that their feedback is left unaddressed and they feel ignored.

I like the solution one user provides in Stack Overflow: use the Feedback button to tell Microsoft to get rid of the button or at least make it configurable.

Until then, use the SPFx framework to deploy an Application Customizer that uses CSS to hide the button from your users!

I have tested this Application Customizer to remove the Feedback button on Modern Pages. This solution deploys the Application Customizer to the SharePoint CDN.

To deploy this solution to all Sites in your tenant, run the following command. Otherwise, once the Application Customizer is deployed and is in your App Catalog, you can add it to any of your sites like a list and viola!

The Feedback button is gone!

Note: For these instructions, SharePoint CDN must be enabled!