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yasbos
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Resolver II

Show only one tab in app

Hi. Why do I have three tabs in my app? All, AppName, New Audience. I want the users to see only AppName. I couldn't find a way to hide the others. Honestly, this is very unintuitive. Does anyone know what these other tabs are there for? Sorry, I am writing this while being a bit frustrated because I don't understand why they are (the extra two tabs) there or what purpose they serves or why I can't hide the unwanted tabs.

 

Thanks.

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yasbos
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Resolver II

Ok, team. I accidentally figured it out. It seems that I, at some point, unknowingly pressed that New Audience tab and, by doing so, I had three tabs: one for the intended app, second for New Audience and third, All, that comprised everything. I deleted that New Audience thing, and it's all ok now. It just was not clear at all. Perhaps MS should add some information upon hovering over such things. I still don't know why would the All be even there.

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yasbos
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Resolver II

Ok, team. I accidentally figured it out. It seems that I, at some point, unknowingly pressed that New Audience tab and, by doing so, I had three tabs: one for the intended app, second for New Audience and third, All, that comprised everything. I deleted that New Audience thing, and it's all ok now. It just was not clear at all. Perhaps MS should add some information upon hovering over such things. I still don't know why would the All be even there.

Sahir_Maharaj
Super User
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Hello  @yasbos,

 

By default, when you publish an app, all these tabs are visible to the users. However, you can control the visibility of the tabs based on the user's role or the audience group they belong to. Unfortunately, at the moment, there is no direct way to hide or remove the "All" and "New Audience" tabs from the app interface.

 

To achieve the desired result of showing only the "AppName" tab to users, you can design your "AppName" tab as the primary interface with clear instructions and navigation to the relevant content. This way, users will have a focused experience and won't be required to interact with the other tabs.


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@Sahir_Maharaj thanks, but therein lies the problem 🙂 How do I design it such that AppName is the primary interface? It defaults to "All", and I don't seem to see any clear option to change that. @microsoft  does strange things like that. Why are they doing this? I really still don't understand what these tabs are there for. 

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