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Developer preview manifest schema for Microsoft Teams
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The Microsoft Teams manifest describes how the app integrates into the Microsoft Teams product. Your manifest must conform to the schema hosted at.
For more information on the features available see: Features in the Public Developer Preview for Microsoft Teams.
Sample full manifest
The schema defines the following properties:
$ schema $ schema
Optional but recommended - stringOptional, but recommended - string
The https: // URL referencing the JSON Schema for the manifest.
Required - stringRequired - string
The version of the manifest schema this manifest is using.It should be "devPreview". It should be "devPreview".
Required - stringRequired - string
The version of the specific app. If you update something in your manifest, the version must be incremented as well Installing the new manifest will overwrite the existing one, and the user will get the new functionality. This way, when the new manifest is installed, it will overwrite the existing one and the user will get the new functionality. If this app was submitted to the store, the new manifest will have to be re-submitted and re-validated. Then users of this app will automatically receive the new updated manifest in a few hours. Then, users of this app will get the new updated manifest automatically in a few hours, after it is approved.
If the app requested permissions change, users will be prompted to upgrade and re-consent to the app.
This version string must follow the semver standard (MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH).
Required - Microsoft App IDRequired - Microsoft app ID
The unique Microsoft-generated identifier for this app.If you have registered a bot through the Microsoft Bot Framework or the web app on your tab is already signed in to Microsoft, you should already have a ID and enter it here. If you have registered a bot via the Microsoft Bot Framework, or your tab's web app already signs in with Microsoft, you should already have an ID and should enter it here. Otherwise, you should enter a new ID in the Microsoft Otherwise, you should generate a new ID at the Microsoft Application Registration Portal (My Applications), enter it here, and then reuse it when you add a bot.
Required - stringRequired - string
A unique identifier for this app in reverse domain notation; z. B. com.example.myapp.A unique identifier for this app in reverse domain notation; for example, com.example.myapp.
Specifies information about your company.For apps submitted to AppSource (formerly Office Store), these values must match the information in your AppSource entry.For apps submitted to AppSource (formerly Office Store), these values must match the information in your AppSource entry.
|32 characters||✔✔||The display name for the developer.|
|2048 characters||✔✔||The https: // URL to the developer's website. This link should take users to your company or product-specific landing page .|
|10 characters||✔✔||Optional The Microsoft Partner Network ID, which identifies the partner organization that creates the app.Optional The Microsoft Partner Network ID that identifies the partner organization building the app.|
Allows the specification of a default language, as well as pointers to additional language files. See localization.
|4 characters||✔✔||The language tag of the strings in this top level manifest file.|
An array of objects specifying additional language translations.
|4 characters||✔✔||The language tag of the strings in the provided file.|
|4 characters||✔✔||A relative file path to a the .json file containing the translated strings.|
The name of your app experience, displayed to users in the Teams experience.Für apps submitted to AppSource, these values must match the information in your AppSource entry.For apps submitted to AppSource, these values must match the information in your AppSource entry. The values of and should not be the same.
|30 characters||✔✔||The short display name for the app.|
|100 characters||The full name of the app, used if the full app name exceeds 30 characters.|
Describes your app to users.For apps submitted to AppSource, these values must match the information in your AppSource entry.For apps submitted to AppSource, these values must match the information in your AppSource entry.
Ensure that your description accurately describes your experience and provides information to help potential customers understand what your experience does. You should also note, in the full description, if an external account is required for use. The values of and should not be the same Your short description must not be repeated within the long description and must not include any other app name.
|80 characters||✔✔||A short description of your app experience, used when space is limited.|
|4000 characters||✔✔||The full description of your app.|
The icon files must be included as part of the upload package.
|2048 characters||✔✔||A relative file path to a transparent 32x32 PNG outline icon.|
|2048 characters||✔✔||A relative file path to a full color 192x192 PNG icon.|
Required - stringRequired - string
A color to use in conjunction with and as a background for your outline icons.
The value must be a valid # A0 that begins with "#", e.g. B. The value must be a valid HTML color code starting with '#', for example.
Used when your app experience has a team channel tab experience that requires extra configuration before it is added. Configurable tabs are only added in the area Teams supported, and currently only one tab per app is supported.
The object is an array with all elements of the type. This block is required only for solutions that provide a configurable channel tab solution.
|StringString||2048 characters||✔✔||The https: // URL to use when configuring the tab.|
|Boolean value Boolean||A value indicating whether an instance of the tab's configuration can be updated by the user after creation.Standard: Default:|
|Array of enum||11||✔✔||Currently, configurable tabs support only the and scopes.|
|StringString||20482048||A relative file path to a tab preview image for use in SharePoint.Size 1024 x 768.Size 1024x768.|
|Array of enum||11||Defines how your tab will be made available in SharePoint. Options are and Options are and|
Defines a set of tabs that can be "pinned" by default, without the user adding them manually.Static tabs declared in the pane Static tabs declared in scope are always pinned to the app's personal experience. Static tabs declared in the scope are currently not supported .
The object is an array (maximum of 16 elements) with all elements of the type. This block is only required for solutions that provide a static tab solution is required only for solutions that provide a static tab solution.
|StringString||64 characters||✔✔||A unique identifier for the entity that the tab displays.|
|StringString||128 characters||✔✔||The display name of the tab in the channel interface.|
|StringString||2048 characters||✔✔||The https: // URL that points to the entity UI to be displayed in the Teams canvas.|
|StringString||2048 characters||The https: // URL to point at if a user opts to view in a browser.|
|Array of enum||11||✔✔||Currently, static tabs only support the area; i.e., it can only be provided as part of the personal experience. Currently, static tabs support only the scope, which means it can be provisioned only as part of the personal experience.|
Defines a bot solution along with optional information, e.g. B. Default command properties. Defines a bot solution, along with optional information such as default command properties.
The object is an array (maximum of only 1 element — currently only one bot is allowed per app) with all elements of the type .This block is required only for solutions that provide a bot experience.
|StringString||64 characters||✔✔||The unique Microsoft app ID for the bot as registered with the Bot Framework. This may well be the same as the overall app ID.|
|Boolean||Describes whether or not the bot utilizes a user hint to add the bot to a specific channel.Standard: Default:|
|Boolean||Indicates whether a bot is a one-way, notification-only bot, as opposed to a conversational bot. Standard: Default:|
|Boolean||Indicates whether the bot supports the ability to upload / download files in personal chat.Standard: Default:|
|Array of enum||33||✔✔||Specifies whether the bot offers an experience in the context of a channel in a, in a group chat (), or an experience scoped to an individual user alone (). These options are non-exclusive.|
An optional list of commands that your bot can recommend to users.The object is an array (maximum 2 elements) with all elements of the type. You need to define a separate command list for each area your bot supports. The object is an array (maximum of 2 elements) with all elements of type; You must define a separate command list for each scope that your bot supports. See Bot menus for more information.
|Array of enum||33||✔✔||Specifies the scope for which the command list is valid. Possible options are, and. Options are,, and.|
|Array of objects||10 10||✔✔||An array of commands the bot supports:|
: The bot command name (string, 32)
: a simple description or example of the command syntax and its argument (string, 128)
The block defines an Office 365 Connector for the app.
The object is an array (maximum of 1 element) with all elements of type. This block is only required for solutions that provide a connector.This block is required only for solutions that provide a connector.
|StringString||2048 characters||✔✔||The https: // URL to use when configuring the connector.|
|StringString||64 characters||✔✔||A unique identifier for the Connector that matches its ID in the Connectors Developer Dashboard.|
|Array of enum||11||✔✔||Specifies whether the Connector offers an experience in the context of a channel in a, or an experience scoped to an individual user alone (). Currently, only the scope is supported.|
Defines a messaging extension for the app.
The name of the feature was changed from "compose extension" to "messaging extension" in November, 2017, but the manifest name remains the same so that existing extensions continue to function.
The object is an array (maximum of 1 element) with all elements of type. This block is required only for solutions that provide a messaging extension only for solutions that provide a messaging extension.
|StringString||6464||✔✔||The unique Microsoft app ID for the bot that backs the messaging extension, as registered with the Bot Framework. This can be done with the general app This may well be the same as the overall app ID.|
|Boolean value Boolean||A value indicating whether the configuration of a messaging extension can be updated by the user. The default is.|
|Array of object||10 10||✔✔||Array of commands the messaging extension supports|
Your messaging extension should declare one or more commands. Each command appears in Microsoft Teams as a potential interaction from the UI-based entry point There is a maximum of 10 commands.
Each command item is an object with the following structure:
|StringString||64 characters||✔✔||The ID for the command|
|StringString||64 characters||Type of the command.Einer or .One of or .Standard: Default:|
|StringString||32 characters||✔✔||The user-friendly command name|
|StringString||128 characters||The description that appears to users to indicate the purpose of this command|
|Boolean value Boolean||A Boolean value that indicates whether the command should be run initially with no parameters.Standard: Default:|
|Array of strings||33||Defines where the message extension can be invoked from. Any combination of,,. Any combination of,,. Default is Default is|
|Boolean value Boolean||A boolean value that indicates if it should fetch the task module dynamically|
|ObjectObject||Specify the task module to preload when using a messaging extension command|
|StringString||6464||Initial dialog title|
|StringString||Dialog width - either a number in pixels or default layout such as 'large', 'medium', or 'small'|
|StringString||Dialog height - either a number in pixels or default layout such as 'large', 'medium', or 'small'|
|StringString||Initial webview url Initial webview url|
|Array of Objects||5 5||A list of handlers that allow apps to be invoked when certain conditions are met. Domains must also be listed in|
|StringString||The type of message handler.Muss sein.Must be.|
|Array of strings||Array of domains that the link message handler can register for.|
|Array of object||5 5||✔✔||The list of parameters the command takes.Minimum: 1; maximum: 5Minimum: 1; maximum: 5|
|StringString||64 characters||✔✔||The name of the parameter as it appears in the client.This is included in the user request.|
|StringString||32 characters||✔✔||User-friendly title for the parameter.|
|StringString||128 characters||User-friendly string that describes this parameter’s purpose.|
|StringString||128 characters||Defines the type of control displayed on a task module for.|
|Array of Objects||10 10||The choice options for the .Use only if this is the Use only when|
|StringString||128128||Title of the choice|
|StringString||512512||Value of the choice|
An array of which specifies which permissions the app requests, which lets end users know how the extension will perform. The following options are non-exclusive: The following options are non-exclusive:
- Requires user identity information
- Requires permission to send direct messages to team members
Changing these permissions when updating your app will cause your users to repeat the consent process the first time they run the updated app .
Optional Array of stringsOptional Array of strings
Specifies the native features on a user's device that your app may request access to.Possible options are: Options are:
Optional, With Exception required if indicatedOptional, except Required where noted
A list of valid domains from which the app expects to load any content. B. Domain listings can include wildcards, for example. This corresponds to exactly one section of the domain. if you need to match, use .This matches exactly one segment of the domain; if you need to match then use. If your tab configuration or content UI needs to navigate to any other domain besides the one use for tab configuration, that domain must be specified here.
It is However not required to use the domains of identity providers that you want to support in your app not necessary to include the domains of identity providers you want to support in your app, however. For example, to authenticate using a Google ID, it's necessary to redirect to accounts.google .com, but you should not include accounts.google.com in.
Do not add domains that are outside your control, either directly or via wildcards. For example, is valid, but is not valid.
The object is an array with all elements of the type.
Specify your AAD App ID and Graph information to help users seamlessly sign into your AAD app.
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