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Edit Office365 user from Powerapps

Hi everyone,

 

I dont know if this is possible.

 

I'm an Office365 administrator in my company, so I have permissions to modify all the users info, like display name, city, telephone number, etc., and I have to do all this changes from the Office365 Admin Portal. I want to simplify this task.

 

I want to edit the user info with an app developed with Powerapps, is that possible?

 

I've made a connection between my app and Office365 and I can see the user info in my app, but I don't know how to modify this info with my app.

 

I hope someone can help me.

 

Best regards,

 

ER.

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Re: Edit Office365 user from Powerapps

Hi @Anonymous,

 

It is not available to update the user information through the Office 365 Users Connection.

Office 365 Users connection in PowerApps

 

If you would like to update the user information, we could take use of the Azure AD connection,

Use the following method:

AzureAD.UpdateUser(id,{userPrincipalName:Text,displayName:Text,mailNickname:Text,givenName:Text,surname:Text,accountEnabled:Boolean,jobTitle:Text,mobilePhone:Text,officeLocation:Text,preferedLanguage:Text,businessPhones:Table})

The schema is in the format below:

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Regards,

Michael

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Re: Edit Office365 user from Powerapps

Hi @Anonymous,

 

It is not available to update the user information through the Office 365 Users Connection.

Office 365 Users connection in PowerApps

 

If you would like to update the user information, we could take use of the Azure AD connection,

Use the following method:

AzureAD.UpdateUser(id,{userPrincipalName:Text,displayName:Text,mailNickname:Text,givenName:Text,surname:Text,accountEnabled:Boolean,jobTitle:Text,mobilePhone:Text,officeLocation:Text,preferedLanguage:Text,businessPhones:Table})

The schema is in the format below:

29.PNG

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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