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Opening for using the app outside your domain

It seams that you can let your organisation use the app, but I would love that users outside my domain also could get and use the app. That might be some of our customers f.i., so "Send invite" through email would be great!

Terje Førsund shared this idea  · 

Status: Completed

The ability to share canvas apps with external users is now availabile in public preview! The documentation can be found here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/canvas-apps/share-app#share-with-guests

 

The blog announcement is here: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/share-canvas-apps-with-guests-in-your-organization/

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Please, just comment "I don't know yet" or something...we really want to know if Microsoft can help us to improve our productivity or not.
Thanks!
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i do not think this will be approved because it touches PowerApps current license. Earlier, when PowerApps has been integrated with Microsoft Teams, i wished that i (P2 license) develop a PowerApp and share it with my Microsoft Team to use it. sorry, Microsoft said, users must have a P1 license. my users are already O365 E3 users paying USD 20 per month per user cannot use PowerApps i develop and share, so how comes with customers whom are not necessarily O365 consumers. enough said.

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Yes please!

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PowerApps makes use of within domain assets.  Permissions to those within domain assets must be managed through your domain.  Allowing the public, those outside your domain, to run PowerApps would require managing pulic access to within domain assets.  It's a big ask.  MS is currently ficused on the Enterprise market, not the Consumer market, so they are not going to focus public admin of internal assets that PoowerApps typically need.

 

However...  You can add users with limited access rights to your domain now.  They have to get a YourDomain.com address and logon, but once added, PowerApps and domain assets rights are manged as members of your domain.

 

So my question is how to use the current abilities of MS domain management for setting up PowerApps for domain users that would otherwise be public?  What is best practice for this, currently?

 

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I need to use Power Apps for write back in a Power BI Embeded sollution for external users. Adding this fucntionality will be vital for us.

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In my organization, we need this functionality too.

When do you guys want to make this works?Smiley Sad

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In my organization, we need this functionality too.

When do you guys want to make this works?

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This is the same request as allowed sharing with external user, and is core feature for collaboration. 

Anonymous
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My organization purchase microsoft office 365 and now i can enjoy PowerApp features to develop my own custom build app that would meet my organization required. But there is very much needs to share some app to our clients.

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Not sure what the issue is with authenication. If you try to access it on a mobile phone it asks you to login to office.Same for sharepoint for both internal and external users. So you build an app for a sharepoint site that is shared with external users, and the app isn't available for those same users - its embarrasing as a developer.

 

You then have to explain to the clients the reason why, your only excuse is well its Microsoft and this is what they do. At which point the whole point of sharepoint is then brought into whether its the correct platform for these solutions.