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Best way to set up Flow/PowerApps for colleagues

Hey guys,

 

first some information about my business case: I've created a PowerApps App where our technicans can enter data about their performance-record. This bunch of data is then transfered to a Flow in which I'am populating a word template, generating a pdf from it, sending this PDF to some e-mail recipients and then the PDF is also uploaded in my OneDrive-Folder.

I did all of this in a test environment and in my personal folders, now I am planning to make this accessible to my colleagues. I plan to do it in the following way: 
1. Tell our IT to create a new ("neutral") Microsoft Account, so the E-Mails are not sent from my personal account anymore. 

2. Import the working PowerApps / Flow to that Account
3. Share the PowerApp to the users and make these Users to Flow Owners

Do you think this is the right approach?

 

Thank you!
Julian

 

 

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Super User II
Super User II

Avoid making them owners unless they need to edit the flow's.

 

otherwise yes that is a good approach

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Super User II
Super User II

Avoid making them owners unless they need to edit the flow's.

 

otherwise yes that is a good approach

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