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I've created a custom SharePoint Add-In in Office 365 and would like to deploy it in the SharePoint Store so external users can install it in their O365 installations. From what I gather so far, I've two options:

1) publish from Napa if the add-in was developed there (it wasn't)
2) publish from Visual Studio

For option 2, it looks like I'm not able to import the add-in as a template (.wsp) because I'm not running SharePoint locally. Is my only option to rebuild the add-in from scratch in Visual Studio?

Any advice is welcome!

Michael
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Yes you have to port to Visual Studio or Napa obviously! duh
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Thanks for the help everyone!!
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