The ability to share canvas apps with guests of an organization will be made available in public preview shortly. Please use this thread to share feedback and questions. This thread will be linked to by the blog announcement coming soon.
Hi @alaugMSFT ,
Thanks for your sharing.
Guest access to canvas apps is now available to be used by all users.
The feature is in public preview while a few incremental changes are worked on prior to general availability in October. There will be a blog post announcing public preview next week. However, by following the updated canvas app sharing documentation you can enable sharing with guests: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/canvas-apps/share-app#share-with-guests
Note, be sure to check for updates to the documentation - it will be updated as a few more pieces of functionality light up.
I am glad to hear we will be able to share canvas apps with guest users but that raises some other concerns. For companies that restrict external sharing and guest access, how will they be able to control which apps can have guest access and who can grant guess access? Also will there be a Sharing Allowed Domain List per app like there is with SharePoint site collections to help prevent the app from being shared with the wrong customer/business?
Organizations can control whether any guests may be invited to their org and who can invite to their org using Azure AD B2B. There isn't currently a per app dimension for controlling which guests an app may be shared with, however, Azure AD B2B does allow setting which restricting which domains (if any) may be invited as guests to an organization.
Thanks - welcome feature
As for licencing - will the new per App plan be avaiable to assign to an external user?
Also, will the seeded Office 365 version be available to external users - ie could I assign an Office 365 F1 plan to the external user?
A couple questions:
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