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Allow to choose tenant in Power Apps mobile app in order to see apps shared from different O365 tenants

Power Apps (Both Model-Driven and Canvas) can be shared across Office 365 tenants using Azure B2B. But there is no way to choose a tenant in Power Apps mobile app in order to see/access the Power Apps shared with users of other tenants as guest users.

 

For instance, I have a case where the model-driven app has been shared with me from the customer O365 tenant using Azure B2B and I can access the app perfectly fine from the web browser (Single Sign-On). But I cannot access the same app using Power Apps mobile app. There is no provision in the mobile app to choose the tenant or to access cross tenant shared apps.

 

I see this as a major limitation where there is no use of Power Apps mobile app. The user can access the browser to access the app but he will not get the features of the Mobile app like Offline access, mobile controls (camera, etc).

 

It would be good if we have a selector in Power Apps mobile app where after choosing the tenant we can see the apps shared with me.

 

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Comments
Eder_Ruiz
Microsoft

This would greatly help expand support for guest users.

RockRobster1
New Member

This would be a great addition. It also seems to be missing the basic feature available in the D365 mobile app where you can login to an instance URL e.g. mycrm.crm.dynamics.com for model driven apps, then enter your credentials as an alternate way to get in. 

 

This would address the guest access issue as mentioned by @Eder_Ruiz.

vishpc
Regular Visitor

This is a no-brainer feature. It's surprising this feature is not already available.

There is a nasty workaround, of having the user open the URL in mobile chrome browser, login and then it will ask that the app be opened using Power Apps.

Once the app is access like this the first time, Power Apps shows the apps that were shared with this user from another tenant.

But as I said, this is nasty and it also has some painful bugs.

Even when the app shows up on Power App, there are times when the user selects the app, but it goes to a totally different app... worst yet, even an app that he doesn't even have access to.

The only way to recover is to completely uninstall Power App and re-install the Power App and go through the whole process again.. VERY VERY PAINFUL.

 

sdholbrook3
Advocate I

Please fix this, we have a project that is now at full stop because of this. 

aKnowledgeWorke
Frequent Visitor

Agree - for Power Apps to really get traction in broader implementations this is totally necessary....