So thanx to the Teams PReview recently announce I just followed the steps to publish a bot
Once verified I can invoke my own flow, next step is to share it with my teammates .
The point is, they can see the bot in Built for your-organization-name > Built by your colleagues section, but when they doubleclick on it, an error message is displayed:
The text explain 'Either the app does not exist or your org does not allow you to use it'. Taking into my teammates can already see the bot icon in Built by your colleagues section, I guess the problem is org permissions related.
My question is, do I need to submit the app for admin approval first, and get their explicit permission to share it with my teammates?
Hi @efialttes ,
Thanks for using the Teams preview!
No, if you colleague wants to share the chatbot with you, he needs to:
Go to the Chatbot tab.
Open the bot you want to share.
On the side navigation pane, select Publish.
Select Share the bot.
Select Add to Teams. This will automatically add the bot to the Built by your colleagues section, and will show a green label Added to Teams.
Automatically adds your bot to the Built by your colleagues section in Teams.
If your app doesn't appear in the Built by your colleagues section, your Teams app might be caching information. Try signing out and back in again (if you're using the desktop app) or refreshing your browser (if you're using the web app of Teams).
Yeap. I followed the steps you mention. So the app icon is displayed, but when doubleclicking on it the error explained in my first post is displayed (screenshot shows the bot icon, also the popup error). That's why I am asking if we needed admin consent first
Thanx for sharing!
I'm still stuck also, and conventional ticket support does not cover Previews, they reference this community
I wish Microsoft support team can provide us a good suggestion
Hello @renatoromao ,
I have the same problem. But my Chatbot doesn't even appear in my: "Built for "TenantName". I signed out and back in again, same result. When I click open Chatbot the error message appears.
Hi @calerof ,
Did you try to publish your chatbot again?
I'm trying to simulate your scenario and calling the Microsoft team.
If I saw any updates, I will post here 🙂
Thank you everyone for the great discussion, the ability to open the bot and share it with your team requires your organization to allow 'Shared Power Virtual Agents' in the Teams admin center. If that is turned off, then you will not be able to open the bot in Teams and the bot will not show up in 'built by your colleague' section. You would need to work with your admin to have it enabled.
For more detail you can find it in our documentation for more detail:
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