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Apps needing permission to use data connectors

After creating my first app, I shared the app with an end user. That user clicked on the link in the email they received and they were prompted with the following:


Almost there...

<App Name> needs your permission to use the following. Please

allow the permissions to proceed.



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I am not sure why the end user is prompted to allow the use of connectors as that should be something that we as developers setup. As a developer, we give permissions to what they need to access and they can just access the resources. This is the first time that I have seen an end user having to allow for something that, I as a developer, have already granted them access to. Is there a way to keep this popup form showing up and just allowing them direct access into the app?


Hi @Anonymous I'm facing the same issue with Azure AD connector, you find any solution?

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Unfortunately, no, there's no way to do this. For my scenario, I reverted back to a less efficient option with using Forms and a Flow in the background.

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