PowerApps uses the rights of the user that started the PowerApp. And when the PowerApp loads it will ask the user for permission to use his account to connect to the different connections the PowerApp uses. As an example, I created a PowerApp that retrieved and displayed different types of coffee from a SharePoint list. […]
When you create Flows and PowerApps you often seek the help of Google. Sometimes it’s just easier to search for the solution on forums, YouTube or sites like this one. And when you do find a solution you will see that almost all of the examples are in English.