PowerApps Integration To SharePoint
Easily and with a Stunning Design

PowerApps for SharePoint and Office 365 is easy and
straightforward with ShortPoint

ShortPoint Page Builder

Embed PowerApps With Stunning
Design Foundation

  • Tenant ID

    Specify the tenant ID of the PowerApps if you would like to embed it from a different tenant.

  • Multimedia Options

    Enable geolocation, camera or microphone in case your PowerApps application uses this parameters.

  • Custom Parameters

    Pass dynamic values from your site to your PowerApps application.

How it works
Simple steps to embed Power Apps to SharePoint

  • Step 1:
    Copy App ID

    Open your Power Apps and find the app you want to show. Open app details and copy the App ID.

  • Step 2:
    Open Page Builder

    Open Page Builder by clicking on the Insert Button. Search for the PowerApps design element

  • Step 3:
    Paste Power App ID

    Provide PowerApps ID, set options you need and click “Insert” button. That’s it!

  • Step 4:
    Publish Page

    Publish your page to check how your PowerApps element looks on the page.

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  • Tenant ID

    Specify the tenant ID of the PowerApps if you would like to embed it from a different tenant. To find out more about embedding PowerApps from different tenants and guest access, click here.

  • Geolocation, Camera and Microphone Parameters

    Enable geolocation, camera or microphone in case your PowerApps application uses this parameters.

  • Send Custom Parameters

    Using simple JavaScript code, you can pass dynamic values from your site to your PowerApps application such as logged in User ID, Current site URL or logged in user’s department. For more info, click here.

  • PowerApps Orientation

    Choose between Portrait, Landscape or Custom Size orientations. If you select a custom size, make sure you respect the aspect ratio of your PowerApps application. To find out more about custom sizes and PowerApps orientation, click here.

  • Loading Screen Color

    Select color for loading screen that will be displayed first followed by the Icon and your PowerApps application. It is recommended to use the same loading screen color as your PowerApps Icon background. Keep this field blank to use the same color as your PowerApps Icon background.

 

Power Apps Documentation

We want to make your experience with Power Apps very smooth and easy. That’s why we created articles answering the most common questions about this integration.

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