Installing the app manually
Applies to JungleDocs for Office 365.
For a similar tutorial for JungleDocs for SharePoint 2010-2019, click here.
In this tutorial,
Before you begin
- Make sure that your Office 365 environment has an App Catalog site. This is needed to make custom business apps available. Learn how to create an App Catalog on your
To install JungleDocs for Office 365 manually on a tenant scope, you must have tenant administrator permissions.
Installing in a tenant app catalog
Solutions deployed to a tenant app catalog, are visible on all site collections and can be installed in any site collection in the tenant. To install JungleDocs for Office 365 in a tenant app catalog, take the following steps:
1. Download the app installation file.
2. Go to the SharePoint Admin Center, then select apps > App Catalog.
2. Select Apps for SharePoint.
3. Click New and upload the app file. Make sure the app is enabled.
4. Navigate to the SharePoint site where you want to enable the app.
5. Click the gear icon, then select Add an app.
6. Go to Apps you can add and enter JungleDocs in the search field.
7. Click on the app in search results and accept the app's permission request by clicking on the Trust It button.
You can now go to the document library where you are going to create documents and start JungleDocs for Office 365 from the ribbon. There also other ways to open the app.
Installing in a site collection app catalog
With the introduction of site collection app catalogs, tenant administrators can enable an app catalog on the specific sites. Solutions deployed to the site collection app catalog are only available and can be installed in that particular site collection.
To install JungleDocsJungleMail for Office 365 in a site collection app catalog, take the following steps:
1. Enable the app catalog in the specified site using SharePoint Online Management Shell. For instructions, click here.
Now you can see the app catalog (named Apps for SharePoint) in the site collection's root site:
2. Click Upload and browse to the app installation file to add it to the catalog. Dragging and dropping works, too.
4. Add the app to any site on this site collection.