Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Share an app, part of Learning Microsoft PowerApps.
- [Instructor] We don't need to keep PowerApps Studio…open any longer.…We've tested our app.…We like the way it looks.…We've opened it in platforms where users…would be using it.…So we can close PowerApps Studio at this point,…and return to powerapps.com.…You may recall we were here a bit ago…to get a URL to be able to test the app in a browser.…And if we wanted to go back to edit,…we can do that right from here,…but what we'd like to do instead is…we'd like to share this app,…and notify users by email.…
Now, a reminder that I need to allow people…to be able to read and write to this data,…so I need to share the data in OneDrive…as well as sharing the PowerApp with other users.…In case you are at all uncertain about how to do that,…we're back here in OneDrive,…and I can change the permissions for this item…or I can change the permissions for the folder.…
And you remember that we had a folder…that is called For Apps.…So one possibility is that we would just share that folder,…but if I have specific people…who are going to be using this,…
- Identify what PowerApps plan one and plan two are for.
- List the three types of data sources.
- Explain the easiest way to modify the overall look of an app.
- Identify what you can change to allow you to maximize the available screen space and make it easier to read the app.
- Recognize how to restore or delete a version of your app.