ConfigMgr 1806 was released yesterday morning https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/enterprisemobility/2018/07/31/update-1806-for-configuration-manager-current-branch-is-now-available/
Couple of nice usability features:
CMPivot, building off our real-time script capability. CMPivot is a new in-console utility that provides access to real-time state of devices in your environment.
With CMPivot, you can get instant insights into your environment. Need to know your current compliance state in real-time? CMPivot can get you those insights in minutes.
Third-party software updates – You can subscribe to partner catalogs in the Configuration Manager console and publish the updates to WSUS using the new third-party software updates feature. You can then deploy these updates using the existing software update management process.
Uninstall application on approval revocation – After enabling the optional feature Approve application requests for users per device, when you deny the request for the application, the client uninstalls the application from the user’s device.
Configure a remote content library for the site server – You can now relocate the content library to another storage location to free up hard drive space on your central administration or primary site servers or to configure site server high availability.
View the currently signed on user for a device – You can see a column for the currently logged on user now displayed by default in the Devices node of the Assets and Compliance workspace.
Note: As the update is rolled out globally in the coming weeks, it will be automatically downloaded, and you will be notified when it is ready to install from the “Updates and Servicing” node in your Configuration Manager console. If you can’t wait to try these new features, this PowerShell script can be used to ensure that you are in the first wave of customers getting the update. By running this script, you will see the update available in your console right away.