In this Power Apps Tutorial, We will discuss how to export the Power Apps app from one tenant to another tenant.
Export Power Apps App from one Tenant to other Tenant
Suppose, you have a Power apps app in one tenant (your Source tenant). You want this same type of app in the other tenant (your Destination tenant). For that, you do not need to create this app again in the other tenant.
For time-saving, Power Apps provided an Export and Import option within the Powerapps app. By using the Export option, you can export the app from one tenant to your local system and by using the Import option, you can import the app from your local system to another tenant.
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Steps to Export and Import the Power Apps App
Open and sign in the Power Apps in the browser. Go to the Apps from the left navigation.
Select the specific app that you want to export. Click on the context menu (…) and then Export package (preview) as shown in the below screenshot.
In the Export package page, Enter the Name and Description for the Powerapps app and then click on Export.
Once you will Export the app, then it will ask you to save the app in your local system. Just Save the app as it is.
Now go to your Destination tenant site where you want to import the specific app.
In the same way, Open the Powerapps in the browser and click on to Apps from the left navigation. Click on the “Import Package (preview)” from the top as shown below.
In the Import package page, Click on the “Upload” button.
Now select the specific Zip file (Exported app) from your local system which you want to import. Click on Open.
On the Package Details page, click on the Update of the imported app. Select the Setup as “Create as new” from the right section of the page as the below screenshot.
Click on the Save button. When you will select the Create as new option, then the save button will enable.
Click on the Import button in the Review Package Content Page.
Once you imported the Powerapps app in the destination tenant, then you will get a successful notification message as Apps successfully imported.
Now go to the Apps tab(from left navigation), there you can see the imported app has been added as like below.
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In this Power Apps Tutorial, We discussed how to export the Power Apps app from one tenant to another tenant.
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