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Dudditz
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Launch Specific Tab in Microsoft Teams

I currently have a Powerapp that uses two dropdowns allowing you to select the Team Name and Team channel.

 

A button is used to launch the returned values as seen below which successfully launches a specific team and channel.  This method actually launches the teams client rather than launching the web url which is want we want.  I would like to inorporate one more layer into this which is launching the files tab within the selected values.  So basically, it would use the values seen below however always open the selected team, channel, on the files tab.  Any guidance on how to layer this in would be appreciated.

 

Launch("https://teams.microsoft.com/l/channel/" & TeamChannelDD.Selected.id & "/" & TeamChannelDD.Selected.displayName & "?groupId=" & TeamNameDD.Selected.id & "&" & "tenantId=" & TeamsTenantId_V)

 

Here is a finished link build from the powerapps, works as expected however always opens Conversations.

 

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Re: Launch Specific Tab in Microsoft Teams

Hi @Dudditz ,

 

Did you mean the Files tab here?

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If so, then I think this couldn't be achieved in PowerApps currently. It seems that in Teams you cannot get the file link to make it open in Teams Files tab, it will only copy the URL of the file source link.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Community Support Team

Re: Launch Specific Tab in Microsoft Teams

Hi @Dudditz ,

 

Did you mean the Files tab here?

Capture.JPG

 

If so, then I think this couldn't be achieved in PowerApps currently. It seems that in Teams you cannot get the file link to make it open in Teams Files tab, it will only copy the URL of the file source link.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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