12-18-2022 12:24 PM
Think of tinder for virtual coffee breaks. That's more or less what it is.
As a user, you need to register yourself to be in the pool of "registered users". Once you're registered, you're eligible to search for a possible coffee-match AND others can be matched with YOU. It's as easy as clicking on a button. The app will then filter out registered users that are not eligible for a match. It will then present you with a matched user and will also suggest timeslots for a coffee. You can even see if the user is available on suggested timeslots. If not, just let it generate new timeslots for you.
Not eligible users could be:
I'm planning to improve the conditions even further so users can choose, perhaps, their department to be matched with, their preferred timings, etc. For now, it's just what I stated above.
Coffee Flex needs the following connections:
Apart from that, it's also using two tables:
In the App.OnStart property, you can change the gblInvitationMessage variable to any HTML text you like. This is the one that is being used when an invitation will be sent (to the matched user).
To change the colors, simply adjust the colors in the colStyles library. The most important ones are primaryAccent.Fill, light.BorderColor, background.Fill, background.BorderColor, gradient, darkGradient, and lightGradient
I hope you like it.
If you have feedback, bugs, just want to say thank you or anything in between, please let me know and drop a comment.
Hello Everyone !
I am not able to import this app - can this be due to updates from MS Power Apps ?
I have tried this several times now and unfortunately, I always get the same error message.
Other apps I am able to import without any problems, so I don't understand what I'm doing wrong here....
Thank you in advance for your help !
It's a Dataverse for Teams solution. It won't work with a regular import.
If you follow the installation manual step by step, you should be able to install it.