09-04-2020 07:00 AM
We’re delighted to announce v1.1 of the Power Platform Return to the workplace solution. We’ve heard your feedback and incorporated many of the requirements our customers have been asking for with this release. The new solution will be released on AppSource today. Summary is here but please also see below for more details.
APSOURCE REL 1.1 links
Location Readiness Dashboard
Workplace Care Management Dashboard
Facility Management Dashboard
Reopen responsibly, monitor intelligently, and protect continuously with solutions for a safer work environment. Equip facility managers and task force leaders to make informed decisions to safely reopen locations. Empower employees to return confidently with self-service tools for working safely and productively. Help health and safety leaders ensure the care and well-being of your workforce.
that is part of the platform themes, and you can change the color background and other accent colors, you can find that documentation on the following link
Please let me know if this will help you!
That's a great start. I was looking at that earlier but when I publish that theme, I'm not aware where I can go into the PowerApp for Return to the Workplace and apply that theme.
Any guidance there is greatly appreciated.
We have seen this issue more often. Please uninstall the App, install it again and when connecting to the CDS environment please add https:// before the url. Then it will pick up the right way of authentication. (now it things it is http:// see screenshot, which is wrong)
We are looking at deploying the MS Return to the Workplace App but I am a little confused with the licence requirements (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/sample-apps/return-to-workplace/overview#licensing-requir...).
Does this mean we would require a "Per User" licence for all users of the PowerApp?
Any advice would be appreciated.
@arewethereyet The requirements still don't list Power Automate per user license requirement either, and I have learned that solution does require it for all the flows to properly work. Not sure why Microsoft has not added that to the list.
Licensing is very confusing, isn't there one license for PowerAutomate + PowerApp. Currently PowerAutomate per user is $15 and PowerApp per user is $40 = $55?
The PowerApp per app license is $10 with the 2 app limit may be enough for this.