12-23-2019 08:26 AM
In this video I show how you can force your Power App to open in the Mobile Application instead of the Browser. This is particularly helpful when you are using Deep Linking in your Power Apps.
If you aren't sure what Deep Linking is check out this video: https://youtu.be/EZyxlYtzqTQ
Whether you are linking to another Power App inside an app with the Launch() command, or you are linking to a Power App from a URL in an email or website, if you just put in the HTTP address of your PowerApp then it will always open in the Browser even if you are on a phone or tablet. I'll show how to use URL Scheme's to force the link to the Power App to open in the mobile application instead of the browser.
For more details on URL Scheme's and how to for other links to open in the native app check out this blog post: https://www.sharepointsiren.com/2019/...
Here's the URL Scheme for Power Apps: ms-apps:///providers/Microsoft.PowerApps/apps/put your Power Apps App ID here
@VidyaSagarAlti1 I have tried something similar using dataverse for Teams, but due to licensing it does not work without a premium power apps licensing for native Teams Dataverse apps. How to check license designation for an app - Power Apps | Microsoft Docs