Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Manage your apps, part of Learning Microsoft PowerApps.
- [Narrator] PowerApps automatically versions your work, so if you change an app and you need to go back to a prior version, you can restore it right here. There's no way for you to actually see what is different about the app, so you need to keep track of what you did at particular times or on particular dates, but usually once you're in production, these aren't times that are an hour apart or and hour and a half apart it's, "I need to go back to what we did three weeks ago," for example.
You're prompted to make sure that you want to actually restore it, and if you chose not to, simply cancel. You'll still keep track of your versions. You can change settings to show where your app will appear in your organization's gallery. If you wish to delete an app, you delete it here. If you wish to go from here to Edit, here's your editor. And you can simply click Play to launch this app in the browser.
And in this case, you'll notice it's running as part of Dynamics 365. If you return to Dynamics 365 Home, you'll see the third way that you can quickly and easily run an app, which is to pin it to Dynamics 365. Right here.
- What are PowerApps?
- Understanding PowerApps data sources
- Creating an app with PowerApps Studio
- Viewing or editing an app
- Formatting text controls
- Modifying a data source
- Using and sharing apps
- Opening an app in a browser
- Logging into PowerApps on a mobile device