Aug 28 2019 03:05 AM
Aug 28 2019 03:05 AM
I followed this tutorial to create an app for Teams from my PowerApp: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/embed-app-teams
It has been configured only as a "personal" tab. After publishing and installing, it works fine from Teams within the browser, but when I try to open the App from Teams client, it prompts to sign in - "Sign in to start using PowerApps". After clicking the sign in button, it opens the following URL in the browser: https://web.powerapps.com/webplayer/popupproxy?tenantid=common
But nothing happens and the browser tab closes after a couple of seconds.
I figured out the suggested content URLs in the article don't work at all.
Has anyone found a way to fix this? Thanks!
Aug 28 2019 08:30 AM - edited Aug 28 2019 08:31 AM
@Chris WebbI am not using any of those - as mentioned it's a custom app created with App Studio and then published to store as a company app according to the article I have linked in the original post.
The purpose is to later push the app to users' left panel menu with app policy.
Below is how it looks in the client (and like I said, in the web app it works fine):
Aug 29 2019 02:52 AM
I just noticed that when I create an app in AppStudio and set a SharePoint online site as content, the behavior is similar. Works fine in the web app and shows a blank screen in Teams client. Is there anything that needs to be done authentication wise maybe? I am logged into the same work account in the client and in the browser.
Nov 18 2019 01:54 PM
@Chris Webb Hey Chris . Any update on this. I still get the issue. I'm using App Studio to embed PowerApps as a tab but it says "sing in to start using PowerApps"
Why can't it authorize the user from Teams client, instead of signing it again
Nov 18 2019 01:56 PM
Nov 18 2019 01:59 PM
Nov 19 2019 12:05 AM - edited Nov 19 2019 12:09 AM
For me adding 'source=teamstab' to the Content URL did the job, i.e.
I can see it is now also corrected in the documentation.
Nov 19 2019 02:31 PM - edited Nov 19 2019 02:40 PM
Mar 14 2020 02:55 AM
Feb 24 2021 03:35 AM
@Apol VILLAMOR I think you should be able to do so in App-studio. You find that in Teams -> then the three dots where all apps are. Then search for it and install. once in App Studio go to Manifest Editor, click on your app, then App Manifest (preview) in the left hand menu.
You should now see the XML-schema
Apr 07 2021 07:13 PM - edited Apr 07 2021 07:29 PM
@skaratela Hi, it seems that this works for me even when i use your app ID you pasted in there. I tested with anther ID and it still works... just wondering what that ID is and how did you work this out / where did you find out about this being the solution? It seems this is the only post anywhere that solves the problem.
Sep 02 2021 12:32 AM
Sep 02 2021 03:06 AM
@MatthiasRepy from my notes since it's been a while:
- Add power app as a custom tile on the left side
- Teams > App Studio -- used it to create a package with one tab pointing to the power app, then export to file
- The file is a zip containing JSON for the config
Sep 02 2021 05:40 AM