Please provide a roadmap for government community cloud (GCC) tenant enablement of PowerApps. Or is there an easy way to enable PowerApps in the U.S. GCC?
It would be great if we could a get even a rough ETA for the availability of PowerApps and Flow for government.
Seems like either there is no GCC Roadmap or somebody doesn't want us to know.
We "had" PowerApps enabled in the GCC for around a month. We built a few prototypes and occasionally received notices that our trial was going to expire. when it did (sort of) - we contacted our vendor and they said Microsoft told them it wasn't available in GCC and asked us if we wanted a quote to setup a non-GCC tenant and gave us the part numbers to order. (Note: At least one of our prototypes continues to work? - so is PowerApps a feature in GCC which doesn't require a license? - Will our prototypes continue to work in perpetuity? Should we continue to work on others which have a direct user impact?) I am confused and wondering if Microsoft GCC reps are aware of this Idea Exchange? Should there be a Microsoft Idea Exchange for GCC users?
We also have Flow and PowerApps available as a "Trial" in the GCC. We can access the admin center for these services. So far, we've been able to extend trials and are using a few Flows with SharePoint Online.
I have used Microsoft Flow with a non-GCC tenant to target OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online (in the GCC) and that works fine. I haven't tried with PowerApps, but I suspect it would work also.
It's now 2020 and STILL no PowerApps or PowerAutomate inside SharePoint Online lists and libraries in GCC tenants. And no idea if or when this will ever be available. Microsoft????
We were told at Ignite that this functionality would be available to the GCC in early January. I have been told by a number people close to the product groups that this is a priority, and it will happen in early Q1 2020.