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Saurabh-704
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How to give specific instances to different users in PowerApps

Hello All,

How can we give specific instances to different users for particular canvas application?

For example if N no of users are using same application then the operation whatever the user is making should not get reflected to other  user. 

Like every user should not get same URL , everyone should get different URL

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Thanks @Saurabh-704 ,

Possible with a lot of coding and a reference table showing what you want users to see.

The built-in functions User().FullName and User().Email would allow you to see who is logged on. You would then have to set the visibility and navigation according to the user.

It will however always show a user’s particular connection to things like Outlook.

Is this what you are asking?

 

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @Saurabh-704 ,

So I understand your requirements, are you looking for different users to have different options or see different things in the app?

 

@WarrenBelz , My requirement is that I want to deploy my application on Microsoft  App Source. So if n number of users are downloading the application , So what ever the operations they are doing should not get reflected to other user application. 
 
If I login through my office365 login ID , then it should show my data and another settings. If some another login through their office365 ID then app should show their settings or data. Like for example Uber , Instagram etc. like that

Thanks @Saurabh-704 ,

Possible with a lot of coding and a reference table showing what you want users to see.

The built-in functions User().FullName and User().Email would allow you to see who is logged on. You would then have to set the visibility and navigation according to the user.

It will however always show a user’s particular connection to things like Outlook.

Is this what you are asking?

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

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