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How to Publish SharePoint add-in to Office Store

If you want your SharePoint add-in to appear in SharePoint Store, you need to submit it to the Seller Dashboard for approval. You can add and save your submission as a draft in your Seller Dashboard account until you’re ready to submit it for approval.


→ Familiarize yourself with the AppSource validation policies
→ Seller dashboard account 
→ Add-in file in .app format 
→ App logo 
→ App screenshots specific to supported languages 


This section lists the steps involved in submitting your SharePoint add-in in the Seller Dashboard.

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Add a new app

On the overview page, click on Add a new app button 

Listing Type

On the listing type page, select SharePoint add-in and click next


Upload Package

On the overview page, provide the mandatory field details as shown below and click next 

Language Details 

On the details page, select the necessary languages and provide the mandatory field details as shown below and click next 

Block Access 

If you want to prevent the app purchases, select the countries / regions 

Lead Management 

To get information about users who acquire your add-in, you can submit lead configuration details for your customer relationship management (CRM) system in the Seller Dashboard.

Pricing Model

Choose the pricing model fits your need

Save as Draft or Submit 

On your summary page, select EDIT DRAFT and make your changes. Select SUBMIT FOR APPROVAL. After your seller account is approved, you can submit your add-in to the Seller Dashboard. You can make changes at any point before you submit for approval, but during the approval process, you won’t be able to make any changes.

Hope you liked this post. If you have any questions on SharePoint add-in to Office Store Publishlishing , please let me know.

Joseph Velliah

Written by Joseph Velliah

Joseph Velliah is Hubfly’s Head of Delivery. In this role, Joseph leads the development, implementation and delivery of our products to expand Hubfly’s global delivery capability and to identify new delivery and operational methods that will enable our clients to be successful in their digital transformation initiatives. An important part of this role is focused on helping Hubfly and our clients define and enable the workforce of the future that will enable and sustain the digital economy. Joseph received his first Microsoft’s MVP award in April 2017 for the Office Development Category.