As you know, you can define policies to applications and devices using Intune to ensure minimum requirements, compliance and define various configuration settings.
Until now, you had to create and assign policies (to devices, users or application) one by one.
Well, good news, you can now start creating policy sets to apply these policies from a single/central place.
To start using Intune Policy Sets, logon to your Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com) and reach out the Intune\Policy Sets configuration blade
Then start creating a policy set using the Policy Sets blade
Then follow the policy set creation wizard:
This applies to either applications, application configuration policies and/or application protection policies
When you select one of these options, a new blade is showing up on the right side to let your select existing object
This applies to either device configurations and/or device compliance policies
Same as for the previous option (application), when you select one of these options, a new blade is showing up on the right side to let your select existing object
This applies to either device type restrictions, Windows Autopilot deployment profiles and/or enrolment status pages
Same as for the previous options), when you select one of these options, a new blade is showing up on the right side to let your select existing object
Once the policy set has been created it automatically assign the various settings (policies) you have defined
If you click on the policy sets, you can review the configuration and edit it if required.