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Unable to share an app with an owner team

Hi Everyone,

We are trying to create an owner team in our environment, provide security roles, add test users into the team and then give the team access to our apps/flow accordingly. We have created the owner team, provided security roles and added members but we are unsure of how to share an app (canvas and model driven) to a team. It looks like it will only allow me to share with individual users or o365 groups. Please let me know! Thanks

 
 
 
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Re: Unable to share an app with an owner team

Hi @consultantlk ,

Do you want to share your app to an environment security group?

Firstly, I'm afraid it's not supported to share app to environment security group currently in powerapps.

For now, PowerApps only supports to share app to office365 group.

That's reason why there's no responding when you enter  environment security group name in the sharing textinput box.

 

Secondly, why you want to share your app to an environment security group?

You just need to give the security group the permission of using this app. Then users in this group could all visit this app. They could directly choose this environment and this app to run. Actually, sharing app is unnecessary operation in your issue.

 

Now, let me tell you how to assign permission to your environment security group:

1) create a security role with basic permission that you want all the users in this group have, for example: running this app.

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2)assign your security group with this security role. All the users will be assigned the same permission.

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3) If you want some of the users have greater permission, you could assign them permission additionally in "Users" part.

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What's more, here are two other solutions that you could use:

1、You could also abandon using environment security group. Try to create a office365 group with the same users that you want. And then you could directly enter office365 name to share your app to this group.

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2、 You could also enter multiple users names in the sharing textinput box. And then you could share the app to these users at one time. Notice the separator is ";".

For example you could enter: username1;username2;username3;

or email1;emial2;email3;

 

To sum up, here are three solutions that you could choose:

1)use environment security group: not support sharing app and no need to share app. You just need to give the group the permission of this app. Then then could visit this app in its environment.

2)use office365 group: add same users in group then share the app to this group

3)share app to multiple users at one time

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Re: Unable to share an app with an owner team

Hi @consultantlk ,

Do you want to share your app to an environment security group?

Firstly, I'm afraid it's not supported to share app to environment security group currently in powerapps.

For now, PowerApps only supports to share app to office365 group.

That's reason why there's no responding when you enter  environment security group name in the sharing textinput box.

 

Secondly, why you want to share your app to an environment security group?

You just need to give the security group the permission of using this app. Then users in this group could all visit this app. They could directly choose this environment and this app to run. Actually, sharing app is unnecessary operation in your issue.

 

Now, let me tell you how to assign permission to your environment security group:

1) create a security role with basic permission that you want all the users in this group have, for example: running this app.

2271.PNG

 

2272.PNG

 

2)assign your security group with this security role. All the users will be assigned the same permission.

2273.PNG

 2274.PNG

3) If you want some of the users have greater permission, you could assign them permission additionally in "Users" part.

2275.PNG

What's more, here are two other solutions that you could use:

1、You could also abandon using environment security group. Try to create a office365 group with the same users that you want. And then you could directly enter office365 name to share your app to this group.

2276.PNG

2、 You could also enter multiple users names in the sharing textinput box. And then you could share the app to these users at one time. Notice the separator is ";".

For example you could enter: username1;username2;username3;

or email1;emial2;email3;

 

To sum up, here are three solutions that you could choose:

1)use environment security group: not support sharing app and no need to share app. You just need to give the group the permission of this app. Then then could visit this app in its environment.

2)use office365 group: add same users in group then share the app to this group

3)share app to multiple users at one time

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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