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Amghost
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Helper II

Bringing it All Together (Multiple Apps)

We have multiple applications in production that manage various business processes within our organization.  Each app has its own queue for each user and they can easily see where they need to take action.  We also send notifications throughout all of our processes.  However, now that we have so many applications that are siloed to themselves, the users need to bounce between them to see what they have to approve or move along through a process.  While this works well in each individual case, we are looking for ideas on how others have:

1) Centralized application access so users don't have to bookmark or go to the Office Portal.

2) More importantly, we are looking for ideas to implement a central worklist across applications so users can see where their action is needed without having to log into each app and view their queue.  Yes, email notifications are good and we also send reminders if they do not take action within 2 days, but its still not ideal from a UX perspective.

 

Has anyone done anything like this?

 

Right now we primarily use SharePoint as a data source, but we quickly outgrew it and just upgraded and plan to start moving to SQL connectors and Dataverse.

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@Amghost If you are doing a bring-it-all-together, Dataverse is the way to go. You can migrate all you Data to Dataverse using PowerApps DataFlows. 

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