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Custom Tabs provide developers with canvas to integrate their own user interface into Microsoft Teams. Developers have a lot of flexibility in what they load in the tab, but source domain(s) must be registered in the tab manifest. This is very similar to Office add-ins. In fact, you can think of tabs as Microsoft Teams version of an Office add-in. Like Office add-ins, there are some scenarios where source domains can be hard to predict. This is especially true in federated authentication scenari…
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