Before you share an app, consider the types of resources on which it relies, such as one or more of the following:
Some of these resources are shared automatically when you share the app. Other resources require you or the people with whom you share the app to take extra steps so that the app works as you expect.
You can also share your connections, custom APIs and on-premises data gateway with your entire organization.
Some types of connections, such as SQL Server, are shared automatically, but others require users to create their own connections to the data source or sources in the app.
On powerapps.com, you can determine whether a connection will be shared automatically, and you can update sharing permissions. In the left navigation bar, click or tap Manage, click or tap Connections, and then click or tap a connection. If the Share tab appears, the connection will be shared automatically.
If you create and share an app that includes data from an on-premises source, the on-premises data gateway itself and certain types of connections to that gateway will be shared automatically. For any connection that isn’t shared automatically, you can share it manually (as the previous section shows) or let the app prompt users to create their own connections. To show the connection or connections with which a gateway has been configured:
Note: If you share one or more connections manually, you might need to reshare them under these circumstances: - You add an on-premises data gateway to an app that you’ve already shared. - You change the set of people or groups with whom you’ve shared an app that has an on-premises data gateway.
When you share an app that uses a custom API, it is automatically shared, but users must create their own connections to it.
On powerapps.com, you can view or update permissions for a custom API. In the left navigation bar, click or tap Manage, click or tap Connections, and then click or tap New connection (in the upper-right corner). Click or tap Custom, and then click or tap a custom API to display details about it.
If a shared app uses data to which not all users have access (such as an Excel workbook in a cloud-storage account), share the data.
If you share an app that includes a flow, users who run the app will be prompted to confirm or update any connections on which the flow relies. In addition, only the person who created the flow can customize its parameters. For example, you can create a flow that sends mail to an address that you specify, but other users can’t change that address.