Apr 14 2023 07:55 AM
Apr 14 2023 08:50 AM
@MTayal . From the team's admin center, you need to access app permissions policies. What apps you want to make available to Teams users in your organization
and in the app setup policy Choose which apps and messaging extensions you want installed in your users' personal Teams environment and in meetings they create and Choose the order apps are pinned in messaging extensions and the Teams app bar.
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Apr 16 2023 03:09 AM
@MTayal I think for an entirely new user it will always open the Teams client to the top-most app in the sidebar, and you can control that using an App setup policy.
You can also create DeepLinks to specific parts of Teams, maybe you could use this to create an icon to open to a particular location, see Deep link to an application - Teams | Microsoft Learn