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I created a provider-hosted add-in, added it to the app catalog, and added it the site. But I don't see it when trying to add it as an "App Part" / "Client App" / "App Part"

Am I forgetting a step? I'm an admin across SharePoint

Looking for the provider-hosted add-in

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  • Did you add the app to the site yet? That would be from Site Contents -> Add an App, or the 'Add an App' option from the 'gear'. – Ted N. Apr 11 '17 at 21:08
  • @TedN. Yes, I also added to the site, thanks. I updated the question to reflect that. – AnotherDeveloper Apr 11 '17 at 21:40
  • Have same question.. Has Your problem been solved? – Gennady G Aug 6 '18 at 11:36
  • @GennadyG I can't remember where I left off with this since the project I was working on was scrapped and I'm not an SP developer, sorry. I ended up answering my own question with references to some helpful articles, but I'm guessing you already saw that. Good luck. – AnotherDeveloper Aug 6 '18 at 17:44
  • Yes @AnotherDeveloper, thank You for response! I tried route from Your answer but solution does not deploy; maybe something changed now. Thank You! – Gennady G Aug 7 '18 at 6:33
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This series of articles ultimately got me on the right track:

Building a SharePoint Online chat room with SignalR and Azure

  1. Create the SharePoint Online app and associated website

    http://blog.jonathanhuss.com/building-a-sharepoint-online-chat-room-with-signalr-and-azure-part-1-create-the-sharepoint-online-app-and-associated-website

  2. Test the app in Visual Studio

    http://blog.jonathanhuss.com/building-a-sharepoint-online-chat-room-with-signalr-and-azure-part-2-test-the-app-in-visual-studio/

  3. Create the SharePoint Online web part

    http://blog.jonathanhuss.com/building-a-sharepoint-online-chat-room-with-signalr-and-azure-part-3-create-the-sharepoint-online-web-part/

  4. Deploy the site to Azure

    http://blog.jonathanhuss.com/building-a-sharepoint-online-chat-room-with-signalr-and-azure-part-4-deploy-the-site-to-azure/

  5. Deploy the app in SharePoint Online

    http://blog.jonathanhuss.com/building-a-sharepoint-online-chat-room-with-signalr-and-azure-part-5-deploy-the-app-in-sharepoint-online/

  6. Gotchas and Thoughts

    http://blog.jonathanhuss.com/building-a-sharepoint-online-chat-room-with-signalr-and-azure-part-6-gotchas-and-thoughts/

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    Can you expand on your answer that you found? Please provide context around what the link provides and other details in case that site becomes unavailable in the future. sharepoint.stackexchange.com/help/how-to-answer – Zach Apr 12 '17 at 0:37
  • @ZachKoehne Yes, that is a great idea. I'll do that. – AnotherDeveloper Apr 12 '17 at 19:18

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