Thanks for your feedback. We will look at enabling non work/school accounts for PowerApps.
Login for PowerBI is the same as for PowerApps
https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Power-BI-in-your-Organization-d7941332-8aec-4e5e-87e8-92073... Since it looks like they’ve already set AllowAdHocSubscriptions it’s likely the email setting. Set-MsolCompanySettings -AllowEmailVerifiedUsers $true
Please add this idea, as I have a work account but it says my IT disabled creating new accounts. I've been whitelisted, and I am the IT, was hyped, now, meh. Please fix this.
Same issue here I wouldhave to build app myself and give prototype before they agree
Same here. At least make it work for MSDN account holders. I work for a huge company that does millions of dollars of business with the DOD. This a massive opportunity for Microsoft, but without being able to create sample applications to demonstrate the capability, my company, nor the DOD are likely to explore this fantastic new technology.
Agree with this, an like Windows App Studio id be great if we could install apps. There is so much potential of good quality apps to be shared via Store if we could do this. Many of us are not developers be skiled enought to use these PowerApps, Siena or Windows App Studio and we could contribute with good apps to the store.
This is a great idea! Like the way Adobe has Adobe Reader so you can at least interact with PDF forms and it's free. We have use for this right now.
This would be great that we can share the powerapp with B2B accounts.
@Migrated_User I totally agree! I really want to be able to use Power Apps as a normal Microsoft user. Thanks for suggesting the idea 🙂
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