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Installing KWiz modern apps in your tenant

Please follow this article if you would like to using our KWizCom modern app in your tenant

IMPORTANT: In order to use our modern apps within your site, you first need to install the required packages in your Tenant app catalog. In order to upload packages to your Tenant app catalog, you must be a Tenant Administrator or a user who has permissions to upload within the app catalog, which is given by the Tenant Administrator.

You can install our KWizCom Modern Apps by using our KWizCom Apps Setup Wizard (please watch the tutorial video about the wizard: KWizCom Apps Setup Wizard) or by following our manual install steps below:

1. Download the required packages and unzip it on your desktop.

2. Upload packages to your SharePoint Environment

a. As a Tenant Admin, go to the “Apps for SharePoint” library in your Tenant App Catalog
    site (To learn more about how to manage your company’s App Catalog, please refer to     
    the relevant Microsoft documentation for SharePoint On-Premises and for SharePoint 


b. Upload the KWizComAppsFoundation.app package from the extracted KWizCom   
     Apps Foundation zip.
c. Upload the kwizcom-modern-apps-upgrade.sppkg package from the   
    extracted KWizCom Apps Foundation zip. After the package is uploaded you will see the
    following popup:
   Make sure the “Make this solution available to all sites in the organization” is checked,
   then click “Deploy” button to properly deploy it.

3. Go to your top-level site in your site collection and add the KWizCom Apps Foundation
        a. Go to the site where you want to have the app and go to “Site contents”
        b. Click “New” menu and select “App”
        c. Click “From Your Organization” link on the left side:


4. After the Apps Foundation has been installed in your top-level site in your site collection, you         can now activate the KWizCom modern apps in the relevant sites.
     Please refer to "installing KWizCom modern apps in your site"