Microsoft PowerApps Room for Improvement

Developer at Australian College of Kuwait
The product could be improved by making it a production application and enabling the export of apps. If you want to set up a site for home rentals, for example, just a basic outline as a starting point, this can be done. The issue is that it cannot be exported. It can be applied in-house, for demonstration purposes for your employees, for example, but you can't really make use of it otherwise. It's a problem. On the whole, it's a very workable solution because it's an automated way of making applications. You have a template, you have the application know-how, etc. If it could be exported into different languages and could enable different ways of outputting the information, that would be great. For now, it's limited and that's a bit of an issue. Enabling all the applications on internet-based devices to transfer data in and out would make it an excellent product. View full review »
Solution Architect at a software R&D company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The editor in the Web browser could be improved because it can be difficult to implement the commands in the buttons. In the next release, I would like to see Microsoft PowerApps be more integrated with Microsoft Teams or SharePoint and with different applications. When I configure PowerApps in Sharepoint it appears that it is not integrated with the page. When it is configured it looks like it is a different application. View full review »
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