• Allow Open in third-party apps flag is considered to allow or deny access to third-party apps. 'Allow Email' permission flag is not considered for a file since it cannot be determined (based on application ID) whether the third-party app is an email app or not.
  • Support for Android framework to provide the Content file and storage access from third-party apps is disabled by default to manage app containers and the data shared between them.
  • Local Storage files are not accessible since Open In functionality for third-party apps is disabled by default.
  • When Workspace ONE Content authentication is enabled, you must have Workspace ONE Content unlocked to access it through a third-party app (displays message).
  • If your admin has configured an app whitelist and the third-party app is not whitelisted, then you cannot open or create files through Workspace ONE Content.
  • For the Managed content, all the content is available while browsing through a third-party app. For other repositories, content is available (for one level) only for those folders that are synced in Workspace ONE Content.