I don't think this is solved, it still appears to be an issue. No matter which SharePoint group I type, I get this message and can only add individual staff.... which obviously is not possible to do or maintain! Can you assist?
Any update on this?
I have the same problem with a Flow that I want to share with a group so that the maintenance for the Flow is much easier than add an user manually everytime someone needs access to it.
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Are you still experiencing this issue? I'm trying to share an app with an Office 365 Group (which is mail enabled & visible in the Gobal Addressbook) and it doesn't work. I get the same error stating it's not in our organisations directory. Desperately need a fix to this issue as it's making sharing PowerApps a complete nightmare!
Yeah, that works for us too....but isn't the point that an O365 Group is effectively a security group and should therefore be usable to share apps to groups of users? It baffles me that this isn't a working feature yet??
How do I create a group in powerapps to share my app. I read about sharing an app within group here:
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