Approve Public Apps

How to Approve Public Apps?

Once you logged in to the CubiLock console, one of the first steps is to define which applications you want to manage for your enterprise. In the App Management section you can manage all the applications authorized for installation on your Android Devices. If you want to add a public application, head over to the PlayStore Apps page. Select the app you want to approve, click on it to add in your Enterprise Apps.

Approve Public Apps From the Google PlayStore:

From your CubiLock console:

  1. Head over to the PlayStore Apps page, under Application Management

  2. Search for the Slack application, and select it for management

3. Approve the app from its listing by clicking on Select button.

4. Add the app into Enterprise Apps by clicking on Add button.

5. You can also add this app directly into the Profile by specifying the Install Type and selecting Profiles you want to add this application to and hit Apply.

There are 6 install types available for your applications:

  1. Force installed: The app is automatically installed and can't be removed by the user.

  2. Available: To list the app in the Managed Google Play accessible from the device. The user can install and uninstall the app anytime.

  3. Preinstalled: The app is automatically installed and can be removed by the user.

  4. Blocked: The app is blocked and can't be installed. If the app was installed under a previous policy, it will be uninstalled.

  5. KIOSK: The app is automatically installed in kiosk mode: it's set as the preferred home intent and whitelisted for lock task mode. Device setup won't complete until the app is installed. After installation, users won't be able to remove the app. You can only set this installType for one app per policy. When this is present in the policy, status bar will be automatically disabled.

  6. Required for setup: The app is automatically installed and can't be removed by the user and will prevent setup from completion until installation is complete.

6. Slack will now appear in your Enterprise Applications page

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