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Usage analytics

Hi, I have an app up and running in my organisation and 71 people have been invited. We want to send a group email to everyone who has not yet downloaded the app, so is there any way of finding out who has used or downloaded it in Powerapps? I've clicked on the 'Analytics (preview)' section, but it doesn't contain any information. Thanks

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Hi @Anonymous,

 

I think the Analytics section initially was available to everyone but afterwards it was made available only to PowerApps P1 and P2 users.

 

Regarding your particular case, what you could do is set the OnStart property of the app to

Collect(UserLog,{UserEmail: Office365Users.MyProfile().Mail})

 UserLog can be an excel workbook on OneDrive or a SharePoint list(with UserEmail as the column name). Make sure to give edit/write permissions for the excel workbook/sharepoint list to all the 71 users as the Collect function is basically writing a record and if the user who logs in doesn't have write permission, that wil cause an error.

 

Let me know if you need anything else.


Vivek Bavishi aka That API Guy
PowerApps and Flow MVP
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Super User
Super User

Hi @Anonymous,

 

I think the Analytics section initially was available to everyone but afterwards it was made available only to PowerApps P1 and P2 users.

 

Regarding your particular case, what you could do is set the OnStart property of the app to

Collect(UserLog,{UserEmail: Office365Users.MyProfile().Mail})

 UserLog can be an excel workbook on OneDrive or a SharePoint list(with UserEmail as the column name). Make sure to give edit/write permissions for the excel workbook/sharepoint list to all the 71 users as the Collect function is basically writing a record and if the user who logs in doesn't have write permission, that wil cause an error.

 

Let me know if you need anything else.


Vivek Bavishi aka That API Guy
PowerApps and Flow MVP
Blog | Twitter | YouTube | Community Profile | GitHub



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@Anonymous

 

I recently did a webinar on Custom Click-through Analytics in PowerApps. I thought you might be interested -

 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Video-Webinar-Gallery/Deep-Dive-Click-Through-PowerApps-Analytics/m-p/108050

 

Here is the youtube link - 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OM-rlhKJFTA

 

 


Vivek Bavishi aka That API Guy
PowerApps and Flow MVP
Blog | Twitter | YouTube | Community Profile | GitHub



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