Is there an update on this. The discussion is raising a dillema.
Check the partner show case of microsoft powerapps - https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/partner-showcase/
There are multiple apps available for external users (Must have PowerApps licence) to use.
I am wondering how these apps are accessible to users who have powerapps licence but do not belong to same organization or tenant.
Or, Is there a special setup by Microsoft to faciliate this partner show case.
Can someone explain this to me?
Here are my observations -
PowerApps user must have powerapps licence, else user cannot access the application.
PowerApps can only be used by users within organization. This is an unexpected restriction given that Point a. is already in place.
The applications posted on Microsoft PowerApps Partner shocase are under special environment which allows users to access application using their own powerapps subscription.
For guest users, you need to have guest accounts to login.
I’d like to be an early adopter too.
how can we add our organization to the early group too or to be under special environment which allows users to access application using their own powerapps subscription
Boston Scientific organization
Hi, I have a small business with own domain but no AD. I have a license for Powerapps and I would like to developp an app for some clients, I am willing to create AAD for my team and include the clients as well. Is there any way I could share an app with them knowing we are all on AAD?
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