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Advocate V
Advocate V

Permission to edit PowerApp app

Hello all,

I have a quick(?) question: is it possible to make it so only some specific people can edit the PowerApp apps? Not an edit screen, the app itself in its totality.

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Re: Permission to edit PowerApp app

@FelipeCaru 

Yes, you can share the app and name the person as a co-owner. 

There is a checkbox in the sharing when you add the user to make them a co-owner.

 

I hope that is helpful.

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Re: Permission to edit PowerApp app

@FelipeCaru 

Yes, co-owners can edit.  Normal users can Play.

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Re: Permission to edit PowerApp app

@FelipeCaru 

Yes, you can share the app and name the person as a co-owner. 

There is a checkbox in the sharing when you add the user to make them a co-owner.

 

I hope that is helpful.

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Re: Permission to edit PowerApp app

@RandyHayes 

Only co-owners, when sharing, are allowed to edit? A 'normal' user wont be able to edit / have grayed-out "edit" text?

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Re: Permission to edit PowerApp app

@FelipeCaru 

Yes, co-owners can edit.  Normal users can Play.

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Re: Permission to edit PowerApp app

@RandyHayes 

Great! Thank you (:

(All Edit and no Play makes the user a dull one... ) (/pun)

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