Im trying to log in to powerapps through my school's given email and I keep getting the message "Sorry, something went wrong... To fix it, sign out and try again."
I've used Google Chrome, Safari, and Microsoft Edge and none seem to work. I've also tried to use a friends' account to get in but the same message keeps popping up.
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Same issue here, only with apps that are on mobile devices (phone and tablet).
Here's a longer version of the message when trying to open the app on an ipad.
Nothing on support.powerapps.com yet about East (@PhilD) nor West Coast (me) issue.
Nothing on Azure Support yet...
Microsoft - any info on this would be extremely helpful. Same issue as the others - only on mobile apps, token error.
We just rolled out a huge app in a hospital environment to hundreds of users.
This is the second global interruption of service in as many weeks that is totally preventing access to all apps.
This is a big deal - our organization will be following up on all the options we have at our disposal. We have invested a lot of time, money and effort into development, training, etc.
This is really not an acceptable track record.
Good to know it's not just me, but very frustrating. 90% of the time, I love PowerApps, but when this happens, it feels like we're paying for the privilege of beta testing Microsoft's products.
We're seeing one of the largest risks with low-code platforms; everything is hosted (the IDE, the authentication, the hosting, the whole stack).
We know (and love!) the benefits:
And with these bennies comes the acceptance of outages we can't control. I've been using PowerApps for nearly a year to the day. There have been 4 of these types of outages that I can remember (2 of them in the last couple weeks). Microsoft has been fast to fix and quick to communicate in the past. I have faith they will fix things within the next hour or so, its just that we can't "touch" the fix... have to just wait.
Maybe a new area for us to learn and plan for: Triaging user issues when outages occur.
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