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i cant able to install app in plagroundstarter

Kundan Kumar JhaKundan Kumar Jha
Hey Akshya,

Follow the below steps :
 
You'll be prompted to log in. ...
Click Install in Production. ...
Select I have read and agree to the terms and conditions.
Click Confirm and Install.
If you're prompted to log in again, enter your Trailhead Playground username and password and click Log In.
Select Install for Admins Only or other option, then click Install.

You can also install using package id :

Click App launcher-> Select Playground Starter-> Paste package id in install a package teext box -> Press enter-> Install.

You can go with below link for more info :

https://trailhead.salesforce.com/en/content/learn/modules/trailhead_playground_management/install-apps-and-packages-in-your-trailhead-playground

Thanks!
Andrew FragiasAndrew Fragias
Hi Akshya,

If you have a new Playground then there is an object called install a package that you can use. You will need the package ID referenced in the trailhead and then go to the menu in the top left corner and search Install a Package. From there all you need to do is input the package ID
Savita NarukaSavita Naruka
Hi,
Install Apps and Packages in Your Trailhead Playground
Learning Objectives
After completing this unit, you’ll be able to:
Install an app or package in your Trailhead Playground.
What’s an App?
You’re probably comfortable with the idea of app stores. Whether you’re downloading apps on your phone, tablet, computer, or other device, you have to download and install apps to make the most of your technology. Salesforce is the same way.
Salesforce has a community of partners that use the flexibility of the Salesforce platform to build amazing apps that anyone can use. These apps are available for installation on AppExchange (some for free, some at a cost).
What’s a Package?
A package is a set of pre-created configurations and developments. At various points in your Trailhead learning journey, you may need to install a package in order to complete a challenge or work through the steps in a badge.
Packages allow us to load sample data, custom objects and fields, or just about anything else into your Trailhead Playground.
Install an App or Package in Your Trailhead Playground
To install an app or package in your Trailhead Playground, you just need the package ID provided in the Trailhead content. This is a long string that starts with 04t—you’ll know it when you see it.
First things first: Launch your Trailhead Playground by going to any hands-on challenge, scrolling to the bottom of the page, and clicking Launch. If you see a tab in your org labeled Install a Package, fantastic! Follow the steps in the Your Playground Has the Playground Starter App section below. 
If not, click  to launch the App Launcher, then click Playground Starter and keep reading. If you don’t see the Playground Starter app, go ahead and skip to the Your Playground Doesn’t Have the Playground Starter App section.
Your Playground Has the Playground Starter App
If your playground has the Playground Starter app, follow these steps to install an app or package.
Find the package ID starting with 04t and copy it to your clipboard.
Click the Install a Package tab.
Paste the package ID into the field.
Click Install.
Select Install for Admins Only, then click Install.
If you see a pop-up asking you to approve third-party access, select Yes, grant access to these third-party websites and click Continue.
When your package or app is finished installing, you see a confirmation page and get an email to the address associated with your playground.
Your Playground Doesn’t Have the Playground Starter App
If your playground doesn’t have the Playground Starter app, never fear. Follow these steps to install a package. To do this, you’ll need your username and password for your Trailhead Playground, as well as the package installation link. If you don’t have your username and password on hand, go to the previous unit and get them.  
Next, take a look at that installation link. Does it begin with appexchange.salesforce.com? If so, you’re installing an app, not a package, and you can skip to the next section, Install an AppExchange App. Otherwise, you’re installing a package, and you can keep reading.  
Open a new private browsing window. In Chrome, click File | New Incognito Window. In Safari, click File | New Private Window. This ensures that you install the package in your playground, and not any other org you have open. We wouldn’t want you to accidentally install a package or app in your production org.
Copy the package installation link and paste it into your private browsing window.
You’ll be prompted to log in. Enter the username and password of your Trailhead Playground and click Log In.
Select Install for Admins Only, then click Install.
If you see a pop-up asking you to approve third-party access, select Yes, grant access to these third-party websites and click Continue.
When your package or app is finished installing, you’ll see a confirmation page and get an email to the address associated with your playground.
Install an AppExchange App
Open a new private browsing window. In Chrome, click File | New Incognito Window. In Safari, click File | New Private Window. 
Copy the AppExchange link and paste it into your private browsing window.
Click Get It Now.
Click Log In.
Click Salesforce. 
You’ll be prompted to log in. Enter the username and password of your Trailhead Playground and click Log In.
Click Install in Production. Your Trailhead Playground is a production instance for your personal use. You can make customizations in your playground without impacting anything else (in this case, your production org).
Select I have read and agree to the terms and conditions.
Click Confirm and Install.
If you’re prompted to log in again, enter your Trailhead Playground username and password and click Log In.
Select Install for Admins Only, then click Install.
If you see a pop-up asking you to approve third-party access, select Yes, grant access to these third-party websites and click Continue.
Once the installation is complete, click Done. 
See What Was Installed
Want to see what was included in the app or package you installed?
In your Trailhead Playground, click  and select Setup.
From Setup, enter Installed Packages in the Quick Find box and select Installed Packages.
Click the app or package from the list.
Click View Components.
On this page, you'll find all of the components you installed.

Thanks & Regards
Andrew FragiasAndrew Fragias
Hi,

How did you go with this? has this been resolved? If so can you please mark the best answer so this can close
Andrew FragiasAndrew Fragias
Hi,

Is there anything outstanding for this?
Carol CoffeltCarol Coffelt
It left me insall the app and went to create amy new dasboard in this unit:

https://trailhead.salesforce.com/content/learn/modules/lex_implementation_reports_dashboards/lex_implementation_reports_dashboards_appexchange 

but tell me that there is no dashboard with that name.

I am totally lost.
Kundan Kumar JhaKundan Kumar Jha
Hey Carol,

No need to create new dashboard, just need to clone existing dashboard and giive proper name with right filter. If you not able to see dashboard with existion name or facing any other issue than i suggest you to install package in new playground and perform challenges again.

Thanks!