When you share an app you must first share the location for the data source, then share the app. This video demonstrates sharing the OneDrive data source, then sharing the app with a user.
- [Instructor] I've made some final changes…to the Service Calls Log app and have tested it.…Now I want to share this app with colleagues,…particularly with the service techs who are going to use it.…First, a reminder that I need to allow people…to read and write to the data table,…so I really need to share two things with the service techs.…First, I need to make sure that they have access…to the spreadsheets stored in OneDrive,…and then I need to share the app that we've developed.…So let's go to OneDrive quickly.…So I'm going to choose to share this folder,…PublicPowerApps.…
Remember that this is a OneDrive for Business folder,…the sharing's a little different in OneDrive…and in OneDrive for Business.…But I'm going to say, one choice is that Anyone can edit,…and that means anyone who has this link…that will be created inside or outside of my organization.…I want to say nope, People in KinetEco.…And I need to allow them to edit,…because that's how they're going to write information back…to this workbook.…So I'm going to choose Apply.…
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