Our default environment users see a variety of other owners Model driven apps under their Your Apps/All Apps view, although they seem unable to Play them.
I created one myself which also shows up. Canvas apps need to be specifically shared. How do I hide these, such that a user who has never created an app or had one shared sees a blank list?
Hi @BillYoung-arm ,
The reason why you met this problem is that you create the apps in default environment.
A single default environment is automatically created by PowerApps for each tenant and shared by all users in that tenant.
Whenever a new user signs up for PowerApps, they are automatically added to the Maker role of the default environment.
To sum up, default environment is a public space and everyone in your tenant could view all apps by default in this environment.
So to solve this problem, I suggest you create a new environment that only belongs to you.
Then, only give the people that you want the permission of viewing your apps.
Here's a doc about environment for your reference:
Thanks for the reply v-yutliu-msft
I have created Dev, Test and Production environments
"everyone in your tenant could view all apps by default in this environment" seems only to apply to Model-driven apps, not Canvas apps, which is why we have multiple OrgBrowsers showing up
Hi @BillYoung-arm ,
Have you solved your problems?
Do you have any other problems?
If your issue has been solved, could you mark my solution as answer?
Thanks again Phoebe
I was planning to give it a few days in the hope that someone might suggest a way of hiding the default canvas apps from all our users, as I think it confuses matters.
Can you confirm my understanding that:
"everyone in your tenant could view all apps by default in this environment" only applies to Model-driven apps?
Otherwise, I'm happy to mark this as answered accordingly
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