# Releases


# Install from the Microsoft Teams store

You can install the latest version of Salestim from the Microsoft Teams Store:
Add SalesTim to Microsoft Teams

Learn more about our validation rings and our versioning strategy

# Install in your corporate app catalog

# Standalone package

This "standalone" package is a personal Microsoft Teams app comprised of 3 tabs (🏠 Home, 📚 Catalog and ⚙ Settings).

Package name Download link
SalesTim Standalone


Deployment procedure: Install SalesTim in Microsoft Teams

# Targeted packages

This "targeted" package is a personal Microsoft Teams app comprised of 1 tab (🏠 Home).

Package name Download link
SalesTim Home

Deployment procedure

Setup pinned apps

# Validation rings

Our release process is comprised of multiple "rings" of validation that are related to specific environments, to a specific audience and a specific compliance labeling level:

💍 Ring Environments Primary Audience Purpose
4 production Customers (All) Obvious isn't it? 😉
3.5 staging SalesTim Test automated deployments and upgrades in an iso-production environment
3 beta Customers (Preview) Preview environment designed to help some customers prepare for updates, from a technical and change management standpoint
2 uat SalesTim (Product Team) The product team tests SalesTim to verify whether it meets their expectations
1.5 alpha Partners (SI/ISV) Give strategic partners an early look at the features we're currently working on
1 dogfood SalesTim SalesTim Internal Dogfooding
0 integration SalesTim (Tech Team) Integrations and functional testing by the tech team

Using this kind of rings has many advantages:

  • Clear and common understanding of each ring purpose
  • Separation of concerns
  • Real isolation between environments
  • Enforced security

# Versioning strategy

SalesTim versioning strategy adheres to Semantic Versioning.
A version number may be comprised of 3 to 4 components and takes this form:


Meaning of each component:

  • MAJOR: version that includes incompatible changes (data schema, api signatures...)
  • MINOR: version that includes functionality in a backwards-compatible manner
  • PATCH: version that includes backwards-compatible bug fixes
  • BUILD: incremental development-only version