I have a few questions based on an app I've been asked to produce within a manufacturing environment. Idea is that before a user starts a process, they select their name, the job and then hit start. When the job is complete they hit stop, enter some information and then complete the task. Behind the scenes this info is recording on a couple of different SP lists for job costing (Power BI report). For example names listed in a gallery on the right side of the screen, when a user selects their name, timer buttons and input boxes appear on the right for selecting the task, starting/stopping the timer and completing the task?
1) Is it possible to have multiple timers running at one time? i.e. can one person go to a screen, select their name and job and start a timer, then app goes back to default. Another user comes along, selects their name and job and starts the timer. Then at some point the first person would come back, select their job where the timer is running and be able to stop it?
2) With the environment this will be in, I'm proposing a mini PC that runs the app on startup, screen will be touch screen (no keyboard/mouse). Is it possible to run apps with an anonymous account, or without having to enter O365 account details to access the app? if not is there a workaround for this? eg generic account with non-expiring password that never prompts?
This I think will work as I only have 2 employees that will use "Bend". In my current method more users would mean more screens which is not ideal. Is there an easier way that a certain screen/timer can be shown depending on the user selected?