Top Solutions from November's Community AMA
Top Solutions Accepted from the Community AMA!
At the end of November, the PowerApps Team hosted its second Ask Microsoft Anything community event. During the Q&A hour, responses by the PowerApps team and the community members produced over a dozen accepted solutions.
To celebrate, we've shared the top solutions below. To view more solutions, visit the AMA discussion board in the PowerApps Community! Missed the event? Keep an eye out for the next AMA event and get your answer live!
PowerApps cannot work completely offline. This is probably one of our most requested features and I will leave it to the Program Managers to comment more on the roadmap. It is possible to connect to a static data source, like an Excel file. – Senior Software Engineer, Tah Wei Hoon
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Support for PowerApps web part may not make it by EOY [End of Year]. It'll most likely be in Q1 2018. – Senior Program Manager, Archana Nair
Currently there is no way to see the size of the screen, but there is a way to see the size of your app. You can "save as" the app to your computer, and this will save the PowerApps document on your machine. Then, you can check the properties -> details, and see the size of the app that way. –Senior Software Engineer Manager, Anousha Mesbah
Perhaps not for a single screen, but you could try saving your app to the computer as a msapp file. The "size" of the app can be estimated by the size of the file. – Senior Software Engineer, Tah Wei Hoon
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