I have a project where PowerApps is ran from a tab in MS Teams. When an admin creates a new project table item in SQL, a new team is created in MS Teams via a Flow. This team will come with its own PowerApp.
One of the screens in the PowerApp is a Project Details screen. For this, I need to know what the current team is called that the current powerapp instance is running from. From there I can have a dynamic powerapp that only lets the current teams members see the Project details they've been assigned to.
I know already there are MicrosoftTeams methods included in the current PowerApp version, but the closest thing i can get is the GetAllTeams() method. Is there a way of getting the CurrentTeam name so that the PowerApp can filter different Project details?
Thanks for the response. Yeah i did that before and i think that will be the best method going forward. I just wondered if getting the current team was possible for security purposes but this method should suffice.
Is it possible to modify url that is used by MS Teams to call the app? If yes, parameter can be added so that powerapp is aware of where it was called from.
I found the information about configurable tabs, but I can not find information of how to create a manifest.json for my app (or should I even create a manifest.json if all I need is to add a parameter to URL, so called "deep linking").