How to Build Microsoft Teams-Aware Power Apps

A couple of months ago, Microsoft added the functionality to transfer contextual information from a host Team or channel into a Power App. This is a big improvement for citizen developers who are developing apps to be consumed in a Microsoft Teams context. Apps can now be created with an upfront knowledge of where the app is hosted, the size of the app, client type, theme, and more. For a full list of parameters, you can read my article on creating Teams-aware Power Apps. Once an app is built, it can be exported from the maker portal and imported into Teams to be consumed by users.

A couple of months ago, Microsoft added the functionality to transfer contextual information from a host Team or channel into a Power App. This is a big improvement for citizen developers who are developing apps to be consumed in a Microsoft Teams context. Apps can now be created with an upfront knowledge of where the app is hosted, the size of the app, client type, theme, and more. For a full list of parameters, you can read my article on creating Teams-aware Power Apps. Once an app is built, it can be exported from the maker portal and imported into Teams to be consumed by users.

Read this article in English on the AvePoint blog.