Companies using Office 365 can use an admin function to centrally push the data1.io Web Add-In to all selected Users within in the Organization. More exactly: to all Excel Clients of the assigned Users. From a user perspective, the centrally deployed data1.io Add-In appears in the Admin Managed area of the Office Add-ins dialog:
How does this central deployment work?
As an Office 365 Adminstrator open the Office 365 Admin Center, select Services & add-ins from the section Settings and press the Button Upload Add-In:
Click the button Next ...
Keep the first option I want to add an Add-In from the Office Store selected:
Search now for "data1.io" and press the button Add:
Alternatively, as an Office 365 Administrator you could have searched directly in the Add-Ins Store (appsource.microsoft.com/en-us/marketplace/apps) and add the data1.io Add-In. Due to your Office 365 Administrator role you would have landed at this same stage of central deployment.
Usually not Everyone in the organization should get the Add-In, therefore the option Specific Users/Groups is the most common option here. Add now either single users (as shown here) or user groups (recommended):
Waiting up to three minutes ...
... the process is finished now ...
... and the centrally deployed Add-In is shown in the list:
According to our experience it takes now a few more minutes until the data1.io Add-In appears in the Excel Client(s) of the assigned Users as shown in the first screenshot of this post.
If the data1.io Add-In does not appear on an Excel Client then it`s most likely due to a switch in the language packe of the Excel Client. It seems that the centrally deployed Add-In is bound (for a user account) to the language that was activated on the Excel client that was used when the Add-In was deployed the first time. Using another language in Office leads to a loss of the centrally deployed Add-In ... from our point of view this is a bug that only can be solved by Microsoft's developers.