Tikit Teams App

With the Tikit Teams App, Analysts can quickly triage and solve problems without leaving Teams. A triage channel gives your support team a live view of work and ticket history at a glance. Analysts can also interact directly with Tikit to find and work tickets using conversational triage, commands, and message actions. Analysts can also improve Ticket deflection from the Tikit app to streamline the support process and answer commonly asked questions intuitively.

Tikit consists of multiple Teams applications and the goal of each application is to solve the needs of the particular user persona that interacts with that application. The Tikit App helps Analysts to quickly triage and solve tickets from Teams, while the HelpBot is the first-line of support for your end-users.

To learn about HelpBot head here.

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    The Tikit app works in two Teams scopes: personal and team. Simply add Tikit to a team with all your analysts and you will be all set.

    To add Tikit to a Team:

    1. Go to Apps on the left of Teams, then search for Tikit.
    2. Select the Tikit app to open the description window.
    3. Click the down arrow on the Add/Open button and select Add to a team.
    4. Choose your desired team & select Set up a bot.

    Triaging can be defined as assignment of urgency and categorization of a unit of work. In Tikit you can define a triage channel to receive notifications of all new tickets. Triage channel cards are dynamically updated so analysts can see the latest ticket details and comments. Analysts can even work a ticket without leaving the triage channel.

    Tikit administrators can set the triage channel directly from the channel conversation or via the triage channel picker in Settings > Bot Configuration.

    To update the Tikit triage channel from Teams:

    1. Sign in to Teams as a Tikit Administrator.
    2. Confirm that Tikit is added to the Team containing the channel.
    3. Open the channel you want to set as the triage channel.
    4. Select New conversation and in the message compose area type @ to mention Tikit, do not copy and paste, and send set triage:
    @Tikit set triage
    1. Tikit will respond that the triage channel has been set successfully.

    If the analyst attempting to set the triage channel is not a Tikit Administrator then Tikit will respond that you must be an administrator to do this. Please update your Tikit app role or sign in as an existing Tikit administrator and try again.

    Once the triage channel is set, analysts may want to be notified of any posts or changes in the channel.

    To enable Teams channel notifications for the triage channel:

    • Find the triage channel in Teams then select Format icon in Teams. (More options) > Channel Notifications > All Activity.

    For example, see the ticket to the right from the triage channel. This card has all of the ticket’s details, including the latest comments, and action buttons to work the ticket. To help unassigned tickets stand out in the triage channel, unassigned tickets use red text for the assignee.

    Triage channel cards are updated dynamically so analysts can see the latest on what’s in the queue for their team. For details, check out Working with Tickets in Tikit below.

    Analysts can find and edit tickets using the Tickets tab in the triage channel. The Tickets tab provides a Kanban board to view and update tickets quickly. Ticket filters include All Active or All Closed tickets to keep work organized. Tickets can be grouped by status, category, or priority; analysts can quickly drag and drop tickets to a new column on the Kanban board to update tickets. On top of a Kanban Board view, analysts can also view ticket details with List view or analytics with the Chart view.

    Analysts can also create tickets in the Tickets tab and view and update ticket details with the ticket details screen.

    To add a new ticket from the Tickets tab:

    1. Select + Add Ticket to open the New Ticket form.
    1. Enter your ticket details and select Create.

    To edit a ticket from the Tickets tab:

    1. Find and select a ticket to edit.
    1. Update ticket details on the right.
    1. Add replies to the ticket, optionally checking Is Private, by entering a new message then selecting the Send button.
    2. Once you are done editing the ticket, select Save.

    Conversational triage enables teams to triage work in a more natural way. Analysts can navigate and work tickets without having to memorize specific commands, phrases, or key words. Tikit knows a few specific commands but mostly you can just ask:

    Want to see tickets assigned to you, ask things like:

    What should I work on

    Show me my work

    Show me my tickets

    Want to see unassigned tickets, ask things like:

    Show me unassigned tickets

    What can I work on

    Want to see a specific ticket, ask things like:

    Open ticket 22

    Get ticket 22

    See the following sections for more examples.

    To see a specific ticket:

    I want to view ticket 2

    Get ticket 2

    Open ticket 2

    Reply to ticket 2

    No need for all of a ticket’s info? Just ask Tikit for a status update on the ticket.

    Status 49

    49 Status

    What is the status of ticket 49?

    Is ticket 49 active

    Is ticket 49 closed

    See your submitted requests. Select a ticket to open the full ticket details.

    Where is my stuff?

    What is the status my requests?

    Show my requests?

    What is the status of my requested tickets?

    See tickets assigned to you. Select a ticket to open the full ticket details.

    What items do I have

    Show my tickets

    My work

    What should I be working on

    What do I have

    Assigned to me

    What active items do I have

    See unassigned tickets. Select a ticket to open the full ticket details.

    Unassigned Tickets

    What can I work on

    Tikit also knows a few commands:
    Command Description
    Tickets Find & edit tickets
    Add Knowledge Add to ticket deflection KB
    Feedback Submit feedback on Tikit interactions
    Help View a Help card

    Quickly find & edit tickets using a set of filters.

    Tickets

    Ticket Filter Description
    All Active Status is not Closed or Deflected, including custom status values.
    My Work Tickets assigned to you.
    Unassigned Unassigned tickets.
    Closed Status is Closed.
    Deflected Status is Deflected.
    Deflected tickets are automatically created by HelpBot when ticket deflection successfully answers a user's request.

    Add a new Q&A (Question & Answer) pair or import external FAQs into your ticket deflection kb.

    Add Knowledge

    Submit feedback on your conversation triage interactions to help us improve our responses. Conversational triage can also trigger the Tikit Feedback card.

    Feedback

    Did not get the right answer

    That is wrong

    Did not help

    It was incorrect

    The Logout command will log you out of Tikit.

    Logout

    See a quick cheat sheet for interacting with Tikit.

    Help

    View the faq

    See documentation

    Enrich conversations with ticket data by searching & sending ticket details with the Tikit search messaging extension. Analysts can quickly search for and share ticket cards with both users and other analysts in one-on-one conversations, group chats, or public channels.

    To search for and send a ticket using the Tikit search messaging extension in Teams:

    1. Select the TIkit icon below the compose message area to open the search box. Active tickets will automatically be show, but you can search for specific tickets in the Search Tickets field.
    2. Enter your search in the Search Tickets field. Ticket search also supports filters:
      • s: Status
      • c: Category
      • a: Affected User
      • t: Tags
    3. Select a result to add the ticket to the compose message area.
    1. Once a ticket card has been added to the compose message area the card can be shared with anyone.
    1. You have successfully searched for and shared a ticket!

    Analysts can quickly create tickets for those shoulder tap situations with the Tikit search message extension as well.

    To create a new ticket from the Tikit search message extension:

    1. Select the TIkit icon below the compose message area to open the search box, then select + Actions > Add Ticket.
    1. In the New Ticket form, enter the ticket details, then select Create.
    1. Tikit will send you a notification after the ticket has been created.

    Message Actions take user interaction to another level letting analysts capture their interactions in Tikit. Analysts can create a ticket directly from a message, add a message as a comment, and quickly update the ticket deflection knowledge base. These actions can be used from any user message in a private, group, or channel conversation. Message actions are a great tool to have if you choose to set up a dedicated public help or support channel in Teams to quickly create tickets from public conversations and queries.

    1. To open the Message Actions menu for a message, select Format icon in Teams. (More options) > More actions.
    2. Select a Message Action:

    The Create a Ticket action can quickly create a new request from a message to start capturing an interaction.

    Create a new ticket with the Create a Ticket message action:

    1. The Create Ticket form will open autofilled with the message sender as the requester, the message as the request, and the default Priority.
    2. Check Include link to the message to add a link back to the original message in the ticket.
    3. When ready select Submit.
    1. The ticket can be worked immediately after creation.

    The Add to Ticket action adds the message as a new comment to an existing ticket. Great for capturing info or keeping the user in the loop. Comments are created as the analyst on behalf of the message sender.

    Adding a comment to a ticket with the Add to Ticket message action:

    1. Using the filter window, find a ticket to add the comment to. Select one of the ticket filters to continue:
    Ticket Filter Description
    All Active Status is not Closed or Deflected, including custom status values.
    My Work Tickets assigned to you.
    Unassigned Unassigned tickets.
    Closed Status is Closed.
    1. The Add Comment to Ticket form will open autofilled with the message and a short “on behalf of” note.
    2. Check Private to mark the new comment as private.
    3. Check Include link to the message to add a link back to the original message in the comment.
    4. When ready select Add Comment to add the comment to the ticket.
    Comment Notifications

    The HelpBot virtual agent will notify the requester if comment is not marked Private and Tikit will notify the assigned analyst that a new comment has been added.

    The Add QnA to KB action adds the message to the Ticket Deflection knowledge base. For more info on Ticket Deflection and updating Tikit’s Ticket Deflection knowledge base see the Ticket Deflection section.

    Adding to Ticket Deflection with the Add QnA to KB action:

    1. Tikit autofills the Add Knowledgebase Answer form’s Question field with the message contents. Edit the Question as needed, enter an Answer, and then select Submit to add to the ticket deflection kb.
    1. Tikit will show a confirmation message that the request has been submitted. 
    1. Tikit will send a notification once the knowledgebase is updated.

    Analysts don’t have to leave teams to work tickets thanks to the Tikit Teams app. With the Tikit app analysts can assign tickets, send replies, update tickets, and start chats with users without leaving Teams.

    To find and edit tickets in Teams:

    1. Send the Tickets command and select what tickets you want to see:
    Ticket Filter Description
    All Active Status is not Closed or Deflected, including custom status values.
    My Work Tickets assigned to you.
    Unassigned Unassigned tickets.
    Closed Status is Closed.
    Deflected Status is Deflected.
    Deflected tickets are automatically created by HelpBot when ticket deflection successfully answers a user's request.
    1. Select a filter like All Active and the Search Tickets window will open to find tickets matching the selected filter.
    1. Select a result to view and edit the ticket.

    Take assigns the ticket to the current analyst with a single click. If a ticket is already assigned then Take will be replaced with Unassign in order to quickly unassign the ticket.

    Assignment Notifications

    HelpBot will notify the user that the ticket has been assigned.

    Tikit will send the analyst the ticket details.

    Reply adds a new comment reply to the ticket. Comments can also immediately be added into the ticket deflection knowledge base by selecting Send & Add to KB.

    Comment Notifications

    HelpBot will notify the requester that a new comment has been added. The requester will not be notified when private comments are added.

    Tikit will notify the assigned analyst that a new comment has been added by another user.

    Add Attachment attaches a file to the ticket. Files are copied from the conversation or channel where they are initially uploaded to the triage channel’s SharePoint for access by analysts or the ticket requester.

    • In the team scope, select Add Attachment from a ticket in the triage channel and Tikit will prompt you to send a file and then select the specific ticket.
    • In the personal scope, select Add Attachment and Tikit will ask you to send a file to attach.

    Attachments are shown in the ticket card.

    Ticket attachments are stored within the SharePoint folder for the triage channel in Teams. Tikit analysts are given access to file attachments by default, while requesters can only view attachments for their requests. Attachments can be viewed under Triage Channel NameTikit > Ticket #.

    For example, on the right the triage channel Triage 🎫 would save ticket 3’s attachments in Documents > Triage 🎫 > Tikit > 3.

    The Modify button updates the following ticket fields:

    • Status dropdown list
    • Category dropdown list 
    • Priority dropdown list
    • Assignee dropdown list
    • Due Date date picker
    • Resolution Date picker.

    HelpBot will notify the requester when the ticket is updated.

    Tikit will notify the assigned analyst when the ticket is updated by another user.

    The Chat with  button is a shortcut for a one-on-one Teams chat with the requester.

    The user is not immediately notified when only opening a one-on-one chat. They will receive the standard Teams notifications when the analyst sends a message so no worries about accidental notifications.

    Tag gives Analysts a simple to use tagging system to help organize tickets. Tags are space-delimited: adding “hardware refresh” will add the tags hardware and refresh to ticket.

    Tikit will display the last three comments on a ticket by default, but analysts can view the rest in the Conversation History window.

    To show full conversation history for a ticket in the Tikit App:

    1. Find a ticket and select Show Full Conversation to open the Conversation History window.
    1. In the Conversation History window, analysts can see previous public and private comments and add new comments.
    1. To add a new comment from the Conversation History window, select Reply, enter a comment, and select Send. Analysts can also check Private to make the comment visible to analysts only.

    The ticket deflection knowledge base allows the HelpBot virtual agent to intelligently respond to user requests with helpful answers to lower the ticket workload of analysts. Tikit uses Azure’s natural language processing (NLP) to train HelpBot to answer user requests using the ticket deflection knowledge base.  Out of the box your ticket deflection knowledge base will be empty but you can use the Add Knowledge command, Send & Add to KB reply button, and KB editor in Tikit Settings to quickly populate and train HelpBot. If the ticket deflection kb does not have an answer, HelpBot makes it easy to make a new request.

    To add new knowledge to the Tikit Ticket Deflection Knowledgebase:

    1. Message Tikit with Add Knowledge.
    1. Ticket will reply with the a card to update the Tikit ticket deflection knowledgebase. This card lets Analysts add questions and answers manually, or to import an existing FAQ.

    • Select the AddQnA to KB tab to add a single set of questions and answers to the KB.
    • Select the Import FAQ to KB tab to import an existing FAQ webpage.
    1. Enter question(s) separated by semicolons (;) into the Question field, and an answer in the Answer field.
    1. Click Submit to save changes. Tikit will show a confirmation message that the request has been submitted. 
    1. Tikit will send a notification once the knowledgebase is updated.

    HelpBot is now ready to answer questions!

    To add new knowledge to your ticket deflection kb using a reply:

    1. Add a comment/reply to a ticket and then select Send & Add to KB
    1. The update ticket deflection knowledgebase form will open.
    1. Select the Add QnA to KB tab to add a single set of questions and answers to the KB.
    1. Enter question(s) separated by semicolons (;) into the Question field, and an answer in the Answer field.
    1. Select Submit to save changes. Tikit will show a confirmation message that the request has been submitted. 

    6. Tikit will send a notification once the ticket defleciton kb is updated.

    HelpBot is now ready to intelligently answer questions!

    To import existing FAQ(s) to the Tikit ticket deflection knowledge base:

    1. Message the Tikit app with Add Knowledge
    1. Ticket will reply with a card to update the ticket deflection knowledge base. This card lets Analysts add questions and answers manually, or import an existing FAQ.
    • Select the Add QnA to KB tab to add a single set of questions and answers to the KB.
    • Select the Import FAQ to KB tab to import an existing FAQ webpage.
    1. Enter FAQ URL(s) separated by semicolons (;) into the FAQs field.
    1. Click Submit to save changes. Tikit will show a confirmation message that the request has been submitted.
    1. Tikit will send a notification once the knowledgebase is updated.

    HelpBot is now ready to answer questions!

    Analysts can view and update the ticket deflection knowledgebase from the Tikit Settings tab directly in Teams. Administrators can also configure Tikit and HelpBot Teams apps and install and update HelpBot from Settings as well.

    To open the Tikit Settings tab:

    1. Select the Settings tab to open Tikit Settings. 
    1. If you are using the Teams Web App, please make sure that your browser is not blocking popups when authenticating to Tikit Settings.

    You have now opened Tikit Settings!

    To update the ticket deflection knowledge base using the Tikit Settings tab:

    • In the left navigation, go to Knowledge to open the edit kb ui.
    1 Add a new QnA pair to knowledge base. 1 of 8 2 Save changes to knowledge base. 2 of 8 3 Search for specific Question and Answer (QnA) pairs. 3 of 8 4 Ticket deflection questions.
    Questions can include alternate phrasing to provide more conversational responses to users. 4 of 8
    5 Ticket deflection answers. 5 of 8 6 Delete alternate question phrasing from QnA pair. 6 of 8 7 Delete QnA pair from knowledge base. 7 of 8 8 Add additional phrases to a Question for more conversational responses. 8 of 8
    1. Add QnA Pair Add a new QnA pair to knowledge base.
    2. Save Save changes to kb.
    3. Search Search for specific Question and Answer (QnA) pairs.
    4. Questions Ticket deflection questions. Questions can include alternate phrasing to provide more conversational responses to users.
    5. Answers Ticket Deflection answers.
    6. Delete Phrasing Delete alternate question phrasing from QnA pair.
    7. Delete QnA Pair Delete QnA pair from knowledge base.
    8. Add Alternate Phrasing Add additional phrases to a Question for more conversational responses.

    View and update settings for the Tikit app and HelpBot virtual agent via Settings > Bot Configuration.

    To update the Teams app settings using the Settings tab:

    • In the left navigation, open Bot Configuration.

    When the Tikit Teams app is installed, Tikit sends a customizable welcome message. This message provides a quick introduction for your analysts and is a great place to include some initial suggestions or useful links to get started.

    Plain text and limited markdown in Teams is supported. Please see available options for more details.

    Text Style Markdown
    Bold **Bold**
    Italic _Italic_
    Bullet List - Item 1\r- Item 2\r- Item 3
    Numbered List 1. Green\r2. Orange\r3. Blue
    Hyperlinks [Title](url)

    Using the triage channel picker, a channel can be set to display new tickets and dynamically update them. The Teams channel does not need a specific name, so feel free to include flair to make it your own.

    User must be a member of or have access to channels for them to be displayed in the channel picker; otherwise, the current triage channel id will be displayed and picker will not be available.

    Configure settings for Tikit and the HelpBot virtual agent via Settings > Bot Configuration.

    To automatically install the HelpBot virtual agent to your organization’s app store in Teams:

    • Select Install to Microsoft Teams and Tikit will upload the HelpBot virtual agent to your organization’s app store, but an administrator will need to review and approve the app.
    • Open Microsoft Teams admin center > Manage Apps.
    1. Select Install to Microsoft Teams
    • Tikit will upload the HelpBot virtual agent to your organization’s app store, but an administrator will need to review and approve the app.
    1. In the Microsoft Teams admin center, open Manage Apps then search for and select the HelpBot app. A newly submitted app like HelpBot will show a Publishing status of Submitted and a Status of Blocked.
    1. In the HelpBot app details, update Publishing status to Publish and confirm when prompted.

    The HelpBot virtual agent has successfully been uploaded to your Microsoft teams app store and is ready for your users to install. Teams admins can also deploy HelpBot to users via a Setup Policy, make sure to pin HelpBot to your users sidebar!

    Please see the HelpBot Recommended Setup guide for more details on using app permission and setup policies to deploy HelpBot. 

    To download the HelpBot virtual agent:

    1. Select Download.
    2. Tikit will prompt to download HelpBot.zip.
    3. Upload HelpBot for your Organization
      1. As a Teams Admin, in the lower left corner of Teams, choose the Apps icon. On the Apps page, choose Upload a custom app.
      2. Then select Upload for MyOrganization where MyOrganization is your companies name.
    4. From here you have two options. You can instruct your end users to access and install the HelpBot from your organization’s Teams app store or the preferred method: “deploy” HelpBot to your users via a Setup Policy, make sure to pin HelpBot to your users sidebar.

    Configure settings for Tikit and the HelpBot virtual agent via Bot Configuration in the Settings tab.

    To update the Teams app settings using the Settings tab:

    The Ticket Deflection Score threshold lets HelpBot know when to reply to a request with a Ticket Deflection knowledge base answer or prompt to create a new Ticket. HelpBot’s confidence in an answer is known as the confidence score, a number between 0 and 100. A score of 100 is likely an exact match, while a score of 0 means that no matching answer was found.
    The following table provides a general guide to the levels of confidence based on their score:
    Score Value Score Meaning
    90 - 100 Exact Match A near exact match of user query and a KB question.​
    > 70 High confidence Typically a good answer that completely answers the user's query.​
    50 - 70 Medium confidence Typically a fairly good answer that should answer the main intent of the user query.
    The recommended threshold that should would for most KBs is 50.
    30 - 50 Low confidence Typically a related answer that partially answers the user's intent.​
    < 30 Very low confidence Typically does not answer the user's query, but has some matching words or phrases​.
    0 No match No answer found. HelpBot will prompt to create a new ticket if there's no match.​
    The recommended threshold is 50 but you may want to adjust it to balance between accuracy and coverage of questions:
    • If Accuracy is more important, increase your threshold. This means HelpBot will be more confident in an answer when replying, but you may end up leaving more questions unanswered and turned into tickets.
    • If Coverage is more important, decrease your threshold. This means HelpBot will answer more questions, but some answers may only be a partial match to the user’s question.
    For more detailed info on the confidence score, please see the docs for Confidence score.

    To update the users synced to Tikit:

    • In the left navigation, open Users.

    Analysts can search and find Tikit users from Settings > Users.

    To sync user data from AAD: 

    • In Settings > Users, select Sync All Users.
    • Tikit will sync all Tikit users’ information from AAD

    To view a user’s details from Settings > Users:

    • In Settings > Users, find and select a user to open user details.
    • Tikit will sync all Tikit users’ information from AAD
    • Tikit will sync all Tikit users’ information from AAD
    • Tikit will sync all Tikit users’ information from AAD

    The user details page provides links for Azure Active Directory (AAD), Office 365, and Intune for user.

    View the installed version of the HelpBot virtual agent and Tikit Teams apps.

    To install the Tikit app for a user, select Install Now.

    To update Groups using the Tikit Settings tab:

    • In the left navigation, go to Groups to view and edit Groups.
    1 Add a new Group. 1 of 5 2 Search for specific Group by name, description, or member. 2 of 5 3 Group name.
    Select a Group’s name to edit group. 3 of 5
    4 Group description. 4 of 5 5 Group member(s). 5 of 5
    1. New Group Add a new Group.
    2. Search Search for specific Group by name, description, or member.
    3. Name Group name. Select a Group’s name to edit group.
    4. Description Group description.
    5. Members Group member(s).

    To add a new Group:

    1. In Settings > Groups, select + New Group to open the New Group form.
    1. Enter a new Group Name and an optional Description.
    2. Using the channel picker, select the channel to associate with the group. The Tikit app must be added to the Team for the channel.
    3. Search for and add team members to the group. Team members must be a member of the Team’s channel.
    4. Select Save to save the group.

    To edit an existing Group:

    1. In Settings > Groups, select a Group’s name to edit it.
    1. Enter a Group Name and an optional Description.
    2. Using the channel picker, select the channel to associate with the group. The Tikit app must be added to the Team for the channel.
    3. Search for and add team members to the group. Team members must be a member of the Team’s channel.
    4. Select Save to save the group.

    To update Tags using the Tikit Settings tab:

    • In the left navigation, go to Tags to view and edit Tags.
    1 Add a new Tag. 1 of 5 2 Search for specific Tag by name. 2 of 5 3 Tag name. Select a Tab’s name to edit tag. 3 of 5 4 Available tag actions, like Delete. 4 of 5 5 Delete tag. 5 of 5
    1. New Tag Add a new Tag.
    2. Search Search for specific Group by name.
    3. Name Tag name. Select a Tag’s name to edit tag.
    4. Actions Available tag actions, like Delete.
    5. Delete Delete Tag.

    To add a new Tag:

    1. In Settings > Tags, select + New Tab to open the New Tag form.
    1. Enter a new Tag name.
    2. Select Save to save the Tag.

    To edit an existing Tag:

    1. In Settings > Tags, select a Tag’s name to edit it.
    1. Update the Tag Name.
    2. Select Save to save the Tag.

    Tikit makes sure that analysts are updated when their assigned requests are updates with Teams chat notifications.

    Ticket has been assigned.

    A new comment has been added.

    Ticket has been updated.

    Coming soon, any notifications received from Tikit will also be added to the analyst’s Activity Feed. Activity Feed notifications will link to the chat notification from Tikit.

    For those early adopters of the Tikit app that have side loaded Tikit as a custom app to their organization’s store, the Tikit app is now available directly from the MS Teams App Store. The upgrade process from the side loaded Tikit to the store version shares many of the same steps for installing and consenting. To avoid any confusion between two Tikit apps living side by side in your Teams client you may want to delete the side loaded Tikit app first before installing the store version.

    1. Removing uploaded Tikit custom app
    2. Installing Tikit from the MS Teams App Store

    If you head to the Apps tab in your MS Teams App, the custom uploaded version of Tikit can be located in the “Built for…” section.

    1. Click the Format icon in Teams. (More options) button for Tikit and select Delete.

    2. A confirmation dialog will be displayed.

    3. Check the checkbox to acknowledge and click Delete App to remove Tikit from your organization’s store.

    There are several ways to install the Tikit app. We’ll be following the steps for installing Tikit from the MS Teams App Store within the Teams app. Installation options:

    • Install from Microsoft App Store, here
    • Search for Tikit from the Apps tab in your MS Teams app, shown on right.
      If you haven’t removed the side loaded Tikit yet, both versions will be visible. Typically, side loaded apps for your organization are displayed first in results.
    • Use this link to open Tikit inside MS Teams.

    2. Select the Tikit app to show app details and install options.

    3. Click the down arrow on the Add button (may say Open if you have already installed Tikit to your user) and select Add to a team.

    4. Select your desired team and click Set up a bot.

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