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richardB1
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Apps not publishing

After I save and publish my PowerApp, it seems to take a while to see the change when I launch the app.

 

Is there a trick to this or do I just have to wait/keep trying to refresh my browser cache until I see my changes?

Thanks,

Richard

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v-micsh-msft
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Hi @richardB1,

 

Yes, it would be some time before you could get the updated version.

Basically, per my understanding,  when the App published with update, it will send a new package to the App Server, while for your App client, such as the PowerApps Studio Web Editor, or the PowerApps Mobile App, it will just keep the current loaded version (until the next refresh time), if there is no sync happened between the Server and the Client.

 

For the PowerApps Studio Web Editor, yes, refreshing the App List page should be able to send a new request to the App server, and then get the updated version if the App server has the version received.

 

Regards,

Michael

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Thanks for the reply @v-micsh-msft. Is there any way to force the version to refresh? It's pretty frustrating to make changes and then not be able to test them for up to 5-10 minutes.

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