I have been trying to you use Dropbox Chooser to get the file destination from Outlook Add-in. It works fine on Desktop, but when I run the application through Outlook Mobile (on android) app, it launches the android browser.
My question is how do I go back to my app (or ideally load the chooser inside the Outlook Add-in without popping up the browser) after I choose the destination?
Here is the screenshot from the add-in and after it launches the browser. after it launches the browser page, I get this "cannot communicate with the https://..." and when I pick a destination and click Choose nothing happens.
So I am comparing it to One Drive picker, which stays inside the Add-in Application. I am wondering if I get communication error because outlook app and this browser page lost a connection.
So is it possible to load it inside the Add-in in Outlook mobile app?
If not, how can I keep the communication going and return to the app after picking the destination?
@namiqismayil The Dropbox Chooser is only designed and supported for running in standard browser environments, so unfortunately it won't work in Outlook Add-ins like this. I'll pass this along as a feature request for support for this, but I can't promise if or when that might be implemented.
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