We are developing a solution with the newly published Power Apps for Teams (using Dataverse for Teams).
Challenge: How can we EXPORT the solution in a simple and straightforward way to an entirely new TEAMS environment outside our own TEAMS?
1) How would you do it today?
2) Is there a roadmap for such an export? What is your best guess?
3) If an export does not exist, is the viable way still to develop the solution as a SEPARATE Power App and export it and then create the Dataverse tables somehow with a script or manually?
I hope you're well. I saw you posted this a couple of weeks ago. Have you found an answer yet?
And just to be clear, are you trying to export your tables/apps/flows/chatbots etc from one Dataverse for Teams environment to another Dataverse for Teams environment within your tenant, right? Such as you're moving everything from "Small Sales" environment to "Big Sales" environment.
I thought about the "Copy" option in the Power Platform Admin Centre. I looked at this Microsoft Docs and unfortunately this isn't possible.
I saw this YouTube video from Tomasz Poszytek. The tagline for the video is: "In this video I will show you, how you can export your custom solutions built using Microsoft Dataverse for Teams and then import then into another Team or another Tenant."
He moves tables/app/flow/chatbot from one tenant to another tenant, so I think this is exactly what you're looking for. Please let me know if this helped.
Thanks very much,
no longer necessary to use flow maker portal to bundle into solutions - Export feature in the DVfT Power Apps builder experience now. Move customizations between environments - Power Apps | Microsoft Docs
Yes, it is there now, but I'm seeing customers try to use this feature and the apps end up empty in the destination environment with none of the controls from the originating app present.
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