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Anonymous
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Report of powerapps with cds

I have administration rights but i have not found a way to get all apps that contains a cds on its design Is there a report or powershell or export of powerApps that are using cds?

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EricRegnier
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Hi @Anonymous ,

In Maker portal (make.powerapps.com), expand Data on the left menu and select Connections. You should all the connections that are used in your apps there. Click on "Common Data Service" connection, then on "Apps using this connection" and you'll see all the apps that use CDS.

Hope this helps!

Anonymous
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@EricRegnier , thanks for your answer.

I don't want to see it on my apss. I am power platform administrator and want to see cds on all apps of my tenant

I'm not sure I understand your last statement "see cds on all apps", but that's exactly what I mentioned. Opening the CDS connection and selecting "Apps using this connection" will show you CDS on all apps of that environment. If you have multi-environments (i.e. Dev, UAT, Prod), you'll have to check per environment. Unfortunately there's not one for multi-environment and if this is what you're looking for than I suggest to submit that idea at: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Ideas/idb-p/PowerAppsIdeas

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Hope this clarifies

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