To a SharePoint page, publish a Power App

You must distribute a Power App to your users after it has been released! For quick access in your intranet or team site, add an app directly to a SharePoint page. This will allow users to access the app from the place where they currently congregate.


You should inform your users that a Power App you've released for them is now accessible for use. The app may be available to them as information that they can view whenever they want, or it may be designed to support a call to action that asks users to provide crucial data by a certain date. Incorporating your published app into a SharePoint page is a fantastic method to get it in front of people.


This article will presume that your app is already published and that you have a current SharePoint site you can add it to. You should probably add this app to a communication site on your intranet if it has high visibility (for example, time off requests or trip reimbursement submissions). Contact your internal IT team for assistance if you are unfamiliar with your intranet configuration. It makes sense to put the app to a page in a team site if it's for a smaller team or working group.


In either case, be careful to share your app with the appropriate demographic. The key point to remember is that the app should have the same access as the SharePoint site. When someone who can access the site but not the app accesses the site, an error notice will appear in the app's place. By employing security groups to manage access to the site and the app, you may completely avoid this.


On a SharePoint page, add a Power App


1. In SharePoint, go to the page where the Power App will be added.

2. Click Edit in the top-right corner.

3. To access the Web component menu, click the plus sign (+) that appears in a section. From the menu, select Microsoft Power Apps. By entering "power" in the search field, you can further narrow the web part selections.

4. Open the Power Apps home page in a new tab. Click Apps. Next to the program name, click, and then pick Details.

5. Select the URL under Web link and copy it (Ctrl/Command+C or right-click > Copy).

6. Return to the SharePoint tab. Copy and paste the URL into the Web app link or ID field in the Power Apps web portion pane on the right (Ctrl/Command+V or right-click > Paste).

7. By switching the Show border option to On, you may place a thin border around the app.

8. Your changes are immediately saved, but you must click Save as draft (accessible only to site owners and members) or Publish/Republish (available to anyone with access to the site) to make them visible to others.


Your app has now been released and is available on our website. Keep in mind that the permissions for the website and the app could differ. The permissions of an app are not changed when it is added to a SharePoint page.


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From the Power Apps interface, you may continue to maintain and update your app. The most recent version of the app will show up each time a user loads the SharePoint page.


You might want to think about adding some context or instructions next to or next to the app on your page. For this circumstance, we particularly appreciate the section layouts known as one-third left and one-third right.


Instructions, context, and other web components like calls to action or buttons can all be included in the first third area. The second third section can be used for the app. People are more likely to utilize the tool or reply to the submission request if you add the app to a page with heavy traffic—like your intranet homepage—because they won't miss it.

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