And you can make updates to add-ons after the app is in the Store without having to resubmit the app again.
Note This section of the documentation describes how to create an add-on submission on the Dev Center dashboard.
Alternatively, you can use the Windows Store submission API to automate add-on submissions.
The items that you are required to provide are noted below.
Some of these are optional, or have default values already provided that you can change as desired.
When you've finished entering this info, click Submit to the Store.
Add-ons (also sometimes referred to as in-app products) are supplementary items for your app that can be purchased by customers.
An add-on can be a fun new add-on feature, a new game level, or anything else you think will keep users engaged.
Not only are add-ons a great way to make money, but they help to drive customer interaction and engagement.Add-ons are published through the Windows Dev Center dashboard.You'll also need to enable the add-ons in your app's code.The first step in the add-on submission process is to create the add-on in the dashboard by defining its product type and product ID.After that, you can create a submission so that your add-on can be purchased via the Windows Store.You can submit an add-on at the same time you submit your app, or you can work on it independently.