Apart from the fact that this doesn't seem to affect users in the US, I don't think we found a solution.
Perhaps Rules is a feature that will be discontinued because it's an 'experiemental feature'?
@Anonymous - if you don't mind, could you forward this onto someone in the product team for review?
I've reported it to the product team to get some input on whether this is a planned move or a bug.
Thanks @Pstork1, appreciate you reaching out to them directly!
I don't use the Rules tab myself, but would be good to get some clarity on the reasoning for its removal,
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MS is making a change to the visibility of the Rules tab. In future it will be hidden by default and can be enabled using a switch in the Experimental Features settings. There is supposed to be a Blog post announcing this today. The problem is that it seems to have rolled out early in some regions. This is complicated by the fact that the Experimental switch to control it didn't roll-out at the same time. MS is working on a fix to resolve the issue right now. But in the Future the Rules Tab will be hidden by default and will need to be enabled for new PowerApps in the Experimental settings if you wish to use it.
Just for future reference someone might post the location of this "Experimental Features" setting once publish. If I find its location I will post in in kind.
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I was just playing around a bit more. The "Rules Tab"" appears to have something to do with environment you are using. In my case it appears (rules tab) in the first enviroment it created once a I initailized the software, but not in other environments. It may also have something to with the common data service as this environment has also been setup with this environment.
Hope this helps.
I'll post a link to the BLOG article as soon as it is published. It should have full details.
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