I have a running app which all the employee using. Employees don't have any kind of license. I have created security account in Azure Ad and they are using PowerApps based on that. Today i added email functionality which only Floor Manager will use. He has email license so he can logged it to the app. But, other user's can't sign in.
Any solution? I don't want to create separate app just for the manager. Emails will only be used by manager.
Consider making separate 365 Groups for different types of app users. After doing that, you can query whether a particular logged in user is a member one group or the other and then use that info to customize the app experience for that kind of user.
Creating groups and checking if user is in that group i can do that. But, when i add the outlook connector in the app and share the app with the people who don't have outlook license they can't log in.
Ah, now I understand.
Would it work for your situation to put the email functionality in a separate app, and then use the Launch() function to take the Manager there for that purpose only?
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