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Re: Sharing PowerApps with External Users

Can I share it with someone who is is my organization directory but do not have Microsoft/ o365 accounts
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Re: Sharing PowerApps with External Users

The best solution I have found to this for our external users is:

 

1. Cognito Forms - Build a form (really easy) share with clients,  then using flow store the data on your neative systems like SharePoint.

2. Microsoft Forms Build a form (very easy but very basic) sher as public,  then using flow store the sats on your native system like sharepoint.

 

Item 1 does cost but license are not that dear and is unlimited for users to access the form

 

Item 2 is embeded into most MS pacakages

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Advocate V
Advocate V

Re: Sharing PowerApps with External Users

Other low code platforms like outsystems, kony provide external user licenses and not sure why Microsoft isn't providing the same.

Using 3rd party forms doesn't provide a great user experience.
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New Member

Re: Sharing PowerApps with External Users

No,

 

It's not solved.  People don't want to pay for the use of apps.  Thats the way (unfortunately) the average uses thinks.  I do also not agree with this way of thinking, but the clients wants it this way.  If not there is no business.

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New Member

Re: Sharing PowerApps with External Users

Jotform is also a good alterative.  It has a plugin for Wordpress.

 


 

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Advocate V
Advocate V

Re: Sharing PowerApps with External Users

Can the external users be authenticated when using Jotforms? Is it secured? 

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Advocate I
Advocate I

Re: Sharing PowerApps with External Users

ATTENTION PEOPLE!

You CAN share a PowerApp with an external user, only if he is using Office 365 with a valid PowerApps-Plan as well (Office365 Business Essentials/Business Premium and the E-licenses all include a PowerApps-Plan).

 

Prerequisite is, that the user you have shared your app with has at least once either opened or created a PowerApp in his own tenant before (as counter-intuitive as it may be). If he did not do this, he will receive a notification, that he needs a valid PowerApps-Plan (even if he actually has one).

 

Feel free to come back at me for questions regarding this issue.

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