Use core components

These components provide the core to get started with setting up a Center of Excellence (CoE). They sync all your resources into tables and build admin apps on top of that to help you get more visibility of the apps, flows, and makers in your environment. Additionally, apps like the Set App Permissions help with daily admin tasks. The core components solution contains assets relevant only to admins. More information: Set up core components and Watch how to use the core components solution.

Watch an overview on how to use the core components solution.

Inventory components

Tables

The sync flows of the CoE Starter Kit sync your tenant resources to the following Dataverse tables. All tables provide information about created by/on and modified by/on, in addition to resource-specific information.

  • Environment represents the Environment object, which contains apps, flows, and connectors. The following information is available for each environment:

    • Environment ID
    • Display name
    • Dataverse instance URL
    • Created on
    • Environment maker (created by)
    • Region
    • Sku (trial, developer, production)
    • Number of apps (rollup)
    • Number of flows (rollup)
    • Number of custom connectors (rollup)
    • Environment Owner (if environments are created by admins, manually store owner here)
    • Business Area
    • Approved Capacity
  • PowerApps App represents an app. The following information is available for each app:

    • Display name
    • App ID
    • Environment
    • Owner
    • Created on
    • Modified on
    • Published on
    • Last launched on (if collecting audit log information is configured)
    • App plan classification (standard, premium, extended)
    • Shared users
    • Shared groups
    • Shared with tenant (yes/no)
    • App type (canvas, model-driven, SharePoint form app)
    • App orphaned
    • Excused from archival
  • Flow represents a cloud flow. The following information is available for each cloud flow:

    • Display name
    • Flow ID
    • Environment
    • Owner
    • Created on
    • Modified on
    • State (started, suspended, stopped)
    • Flow orphaned
    • Flow trigger
    • Excused from archival
  • Flow Action Detail represents the set of actions that occur in a cloud flow. This table has a many-to-one link with the Flow table. The following information is available for each action or trigger:

    • Type (scope, for each, Microsoft 365 users)
    • Operation (for connectors, such as Send Email and List Items)
    • Is trigger (yes/no)
    • Flow Action Detail Metadata (for example, host for HTTP calls)
  • PowerApps Connector represents a standard or custom connector. The following information is available for each connector:

    • Connector ID
    • Display name
    • Icon background color and URI
    • Is custom connector (yes/no)
    • Maker (for custom connectors)
    • Publisher
    • Tier (standard/premium)
  • CoE Connection Reference represents the linking table for the many-to-many relationships among connectors (PowerApps Connector) and cloud flows (Flows) or apps (PowerApps App).

  • Connection Reference Identity stores the connections for each environment including their identity

    • Environment
    • Connector
    • accountName (the account used to create the connection)
    • NoneOrCrossTenantIdentity (true if not @yourTenant account)
  • Power Apps Portal represents a Power Apps portal. The following information is available for each portal:

    • Portal Website ID
    • Portal Website Name
    • Portal Website Record Status
    • Environment
    • Owner
    • Created on
    • Modified on
    • Portal is orphaned
  • Maker represents a user who has created an app, flow, custom connector, or environment. The following information is available for each maker (retrieved from Microsoft 365 Users profiles):

    • Display name
    • ID
    • Email (user principal name)
    • City
    • Country
    • Department
    • Job title
    • Office
    • Number of apps (rollup)
    • Number of flows (rollup)
  • Audit Log represents session details for Power Apps. The following information is available for each audit log entry:

    • Operation (launched app, deleted app, deleted flow)
    • App/cloud flow ID
    • User city, country, department, job title (from Microsoft 365)
    • Audit log event time
  • Power Platform User represents who an app is shared with. The following information is available for each user:

    • Display name
    • ID
    • Group size (for users, this is set to 1; for groups, this is the group size according to Azure Active Directory)
    • Type (user, group, tenant)
    • User principal name (for users)
  • Power Platform User Role represents the role a Microsoft Power Platform user has for a specific app. This has a one-to-many relationship with the Power Platform User and PowerApps App tables. The following information is available for each role:

    • App
    • Microsoft Power Platform user
    • Role name (Owner, CanEdit, CanView)
    • Friendly role name (Owner, Co-Owner, Viewer)
  • PVA represents a bot in Power Virtual Agents. The following information is available for each bot:

    • Display name
    • ID
    • Created on
    • Owner
    • Modified on
    • Last launched on
    • Total number of sessions
    • Number of components (rollup)
    • Number of flows (rollup)
    • Status
    • Environment
    • Is bot orphaned (yes/no)
  • PVA Component represents a Power Virtual Agents component, such as a topic. The following information is available for each bot component:

    • Name
    • ID
    • Component created on
    • Description
    • Display name
    • Environment
    • Modified on
    • State
    • Type (topic, table)
    • Uses flow (yes/no)
  • PVA Component Flow Lookup represents a flow triggered as part of Power Virtual Agents. The following information is available for each bot component flow:

    • Name
    • ID
    • Created on/by
  • Desktop Flow represents a desktop flow. The following information is available for each desktop flow:

    • Display name
    • ID
    • Created on
    • Owner
    • Modified on
    • Desktop flow type (Power Automate Desktop, Selenium IDE)
    • Status
    • Environment
    • Is desktop flow orphaned (yes/no)
  • RPA Session represents a desktop flow session. The following information is available for each bot:

    • ID
    • Desktop Flow
    • Status Code
    • Started On
    • Completed On
    • Error Code
    • Error Message
  • Business Process Flow represents a business process flow. The following information is available for each BPF:

    • Display name
    • ID
    • Created on
    • Owner
    • Modified on
    • Type (Background, Task)
    • State
    • Environment
    • Primary Entity
  • AiBuilderModel represents an Ai Builder Model. The following information is available for each model:

    • Display name
    • ID
    • Created on
    • Owner
    • Modified on
    • Type (Template)
    • State
    • Environment
  • Power Platform Solution represents a solution. The following information is available for each solution:

    • Display name
    • Unique name
    • Environment
    • Publisher
    • isManaged
    • Version
    • Creator
    • Description
  • Environment Capacity stores capacity information for an environment

    • Capacity Type (File, Database, Log)
    • Unit (GB, MB)
    • Actual Consumption
    • Rated Consumption (takes into account minimum capacity reservation required for the particular environment type)
  • Environment Add Ons stores add-on information for an environment

    • Add On Type (Per App Pass, AI Builder Consumption)
    • Unit (MB, Logins)
    • Allocation
  • Environment Business Area represents the owning business area of an environment, if cross-charging is required

    • Area Name
    • Cost Code
    • Area Lead

Additional to the above listed inventory tables, the following helper tables support application functionality:

  • Sync Flow Errors represents the daily occurrence of sync flow errors to provide a summary email to an admin. The following information is available for each sync flow error:

    • Flow instance URL
    • Environment
    • Created on
  • CoE Solution Metadata holds meta-data about flows and apps part of the CoE Starter Kit in a table and is used in the Admin | Command Center:

    • CoE Solution (Core, Governance, Nurture, Audit Log)
    • CoE Solution Area (for example, Inventory, Compliance, ...)
    • Object Type (app or flow)
    • Object URL
    • Object GUID
    • Ship On
    • Flag
    • Help Link (link to documentation)
  • Customized Email holds meta-data about emails sent from flows in the Core Solution to allow for admins to tailor them without making unmanaged layers on the flows:

    • Flow Name
    • Action Name
    • Subject
    • Body
    • CC
    • ReplyTo
    • Send on Behalf

Note

To easily explore and manage data stored in Dataverse, we recommend that you install the Microsoft Power Apps Office Add-in. More information: Working with data in Dataverse using the Excel Add-in!

Security roles

  • Power Platform Admin SR Gives full access to create, read, write, and delete operations on the custom tables.

  • Power Platform Maker SR Gives read and write access to the custom tables (environments, apps, and so on).

  • Power Platform User SR Gives read-only access to the resources in the custom tables.

Note

These security roles only give permissions to the custom tables, not to the environment generally. If you would like users to see apps and flows in the environment you will need to grant them access individually to each object, or add them to another security role like System Admin or Environment Maker. Learn more: Security roles and privileges

Flows

Flow Name Type Interval Description
Admin | Sync Template v3 Schedule Daily This flow retrieves the environments in your tenant by using List Environments as Admin, and creates or updates a record for each environment in the Dataverse Environment table. Running this flow will also trigger the rest of the sync flows indirectly by updating the environment records in the Dataverse instance.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Apps) Automated triggered by Admin | Sync Template v3 This flow gets app information by using Get Apps as Admin. This information is then created or updated in the PowerApps App table.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Business Process Flows) Automated triggered by Admin | Sync Template v3 This flow retrieves business process flow information. This information is retrieved from underlying Dataverse tables and requires the user running the flow to have system administrator privileges in the environment. Turning on this flow is optional, only turn this flow on if a tenant-level overview of business process flows is important.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Connectors) Button Triggered from Admin | Sync Template v3 (Call Updates) and manually from apps This flow gets connector information by using Get Connectors, and stores information such as the connector name, publisher, and tier.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Custom Connector) Automated triggered by Admin | Sync Template v3 This flow gets custom connector information by using Get Custom Connectors as Admin, and stores information such as the name, endpoint, and created by/on.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Connection Identities) Automated triggered by Admin | Sync Template v3 This flow gets connection identity information by using Get Connections as Admin. This information is then created or updated in the Connection Reference Identity table.
Admin | Sync Template v3 CoE Solution Metadata Button Triggered from Admin | Sync Template v3 (Call Updates) and manually from apps Updates the CoE Solution Metadata table with values from MSFT CoE team after upgrades in order to track the solution contents of the CoE solutions.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Desktop Flow - Runs) Scheduled Daily This flow gets desktop flow run history and session details. Turning on this flow is optional, only turn this flow on if a tenant-level overview of desktop flows is important.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Desktop Flow) Automated triggered by Admin | Sync Template v3 This flow retrieves desktop flow information. This information is retrieved from underlying Dataverse tables and requires the user running the flow to have system administrator privileges in the environment. Turning on this flow is optional, only turn this flow on if a tenant-level overview of desktop flows is important.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Flow Action Details) Scheduled Daily This flow gets the actions and triggers for all flows. This flow uses Get Flow as Admin to get action and trigger details for every individual flow in your tenant. Thus, it can be a very time-consuming and resource-consuming flow to run. Turning on this flow is optional, only do so to perform action-level reporting or analysis, such as reporting on who's using the Send Email action of the Microsoft 365 Outlook connector.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Flows) Automated triggered by Admin | Sync Template v3 This flow gets cloud flow information by using List Flows as Admin. Also updates the record if flows have been deleted.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Model Driven Apps) Automated triggered by Admin | Sync Template v3 This flow gets model-driven app information. This information is retrieved from underlying Dataverse tables and requires the user running the flow to have system administrator privileges in the environment.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Portals) Automated triggered by Admin | Sync Template v3 This flow retrieves Power Apps Portal information. This information is retrieved from underlying Dataverse tables and requires the user running the flow to have system administrator privileges in the environment. Turning on this flow is optional, only turn this flow if you're using portals in your tenant and are interested in getting a tenant-wide overview.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Solutions) Automated triggered by Admin | Sync Template v3 This flow retrieves Solution information. This information is retrieved from underlying Dataverse tables and requires the user running the flow to have system administrator privileges in the environment. Turning on this flow is optional, only turn this flow on if a tenant-level overview of solutions is important.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Ai Models) Automated triggered by Admin | Sync Template v3 This flow retrieves Power Platform Ai Model information. This information is retrieved from underlying Dataverse tables and requires the user running the flow to have system administrator privileges in the environment. Turning on this flow is optional, only turn this flow if you're using portals in your tenant and are interested in getting a tenant-wide overview.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (PVA) Automated triggered by Admin | Sync Template v3 This flow retrieves Power Virtual Agents (bot) information. This information is retrieved from underlying Dataverse tables and requires the user running the flow to have system administrator privileges in the environment. Turning on this flow is optional, only turn this flow on if a tenant-level overview of chatbots is important.
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Sync Flow Errors) Scheduled Daily This flow sends an email to the admin about environments that failed to sync (with a link to the flow instance).
Admin | Sync Template v3 (Call Updates) Scheduled Daily Used to trigger these three flows to run on a schedule. Needed so that those flows can be of type button and be used to be run on demand or on a schedule.
CLEANUP - Admin | Sync Template v3 (Check Deleted) Scheduled Every two weeks This long running flow runs every other week, and compares CoE to the tenant to determine if any objects were deleted since last run. Either just marks them as deleted (if env var Also Delete from CoE = no) or deletes them from the CoE (if Also Delete from CoE = yes). The audit log solution is able to find this information in on a daily basis for apps and flows, but not for other resources such as environments, desktop flows and chatbots. Run this flow periodically to check for deleted resources.
CLEANUP - Admin | Sync Template v3 (Connection Status) Scheduled Weekly This flow runs weekly, and checks if any apps or flows have unresolved connections.
CLEANUP - Admin | Sync Template v3 (Delete Bad Data) Scheduled Daily This flow runs daily, and looks for data in the inventory that is not complete, for example flows without an environment, and removes this data.
CLEANUP - Admin | Sync Template v3 (Orphaned Makers) Scheduled Weekly This flow runs weekly, and checks if any makers have left the organization - if maker information can not be found in Azure AD/Office 365 Users, any resources created by the maker (apps, cloud and desktop flows, environments, chatbots) are marked as orphaned.
CLEANUP - Admin | Sync Template v3 (Power Apps User Shared With) Scheduled Every two weeks This long running flow runs every other week, and gets who the app is shared with by using Get App Role Assignments as Admin.
CLEANUP HELPER - Check Deleted (Business Process Flows) Child flow called from Check Deleted Does the check deleted work for a given environment for business process flows
CLEANUP HELPER - Check Deleted (Canvas Apps) Child flow called from Check Deleted Does the check deleted work for a given environment for canvas apps
CLEANUP HELPER - Check Deleted (Cloud Flows) Child flow called from Check Deleted Does the check deleted work for a given environment for cloud flows
CLEANUP HELPER - Check Deleted (Model Driven Apps) Child flow called from Check Deleted Does the check deleted work for a given environment for model driven apps
CLEANUP HELPER - Check Deleted (PVA) Child Flow called from Check Deleted Does the check deleted work for a given environment for chatbots
CLEANUP HELPER - Check Deleted (Solutions) Child Flow called from Check Deleted Does the check deleted work for a given environment for solutions
CLEANUP HELPER - Check Deleted (Custom Connectors) Child Flow called from Check Deleted Does the check deleted work for a given environment for custom connectors
CLEANUP HELPER - Check Deleted (Ai Models) Child Flow called from Check Deleted Does the check deleted work for a given environment for Ai Models
CLEANUP HELPER - Power Apps User Shared With Child Flow called from CLEANUP - Admin | Sync Template v3 (Power Apps User Shared With) runs once per environment to check
HELPER - CanvasAppOperations Child Flow Instant This flow takes in the environment, app, and operation to perform as well as the GUID for the new maker if the operation is to reassign ownership. The operations supported are Delete and Assign (which reassigns owner). It performs the action on the actual object in the tenant and also updates the inventory.
HELPER - CloudFlowOperations Child Flow Instant This flow takes in the environment, flow, and operation to perform as well as the GUID for the new maker if the operation is to reassign ownership. The operations supported are Delete and Assign (which reassigns owner). It performs the action on the actual object in the tenant and also updates the inventory.
HELPER - ObjectOperations Child Flow Instant This flow takes in the environment, flow, and operation to perform as well as the GUID for the new maker if the operation is to reassign ownership. It calls either the The operations supported are Delete and Assign (which reassigns owner). It calls either the HELPER - CloudFlowOperations or the HELPER - CanvasAppOperations child flow depending on its last parameter, objectType. It is needed due to a product bug in which you cannot call child flows with the Dataverse Connector from Canvas Apps.
HELPER - Send Email Child Flow Instant This flow is called from all other flows and handles sending emails.
Command Center > Get M365 Service Messages Instant from Admin - Command Center canvas apps This flow connects to Microsoft Graph to list Power Platform Message Center service updates and returns them to the Admin - Command Center canvas app.
Command Center > Initially Populate Bookmarks Instant from Admin - Command Center canvas app This flow runs once to get all CoE Starter Kit apps in the environment and store them to the Command Center Config table as bookmarks used in both the Admin - Command Center and Maker - Command Center canvas apps.
Command Center > Set CoE Flows State Instant from Admin - Command Center canvas app Turns a flow on or off when called from a Canvas App.
DLP Editor > Parse impacted resources into CSV Instant from DLP Editor v2 This flow creates a CSV file of flows and apps impacted by DLP changes and sends it to the admin.

Apps

Admin - Command Center

A canvas app used by admins as a starting point to launch other apps in the CoE Starter Kit and review content relevant to admins.

Use this app to:

  • Launch CoE Starter Kit apps and other bookmarks.
  • Review CoE Starter Kit service health by checking sync flows that have recently failed.
  • Update environment variables used in the CoE Starter Kit.
  • View Microsoft 365 Message Center news related to Microsoft Power Platform.
  • Download the latest CoE Starter Kit version and raise support tickets with the team.
  • Launch learning paths to learn more about Microsoft Power Platform.
  • Launch the latest posts of the Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI and Power Virtual Agent blogs.
  • Configure email subject and body text for emails send through the CoE Starter Kit.

Permission: Intended to be used only by admins. Power Platform Service Admin or Global Admin permission is required. Share this app with your CoE Admins.

Prerequisite: This app uses Microsoft Dataverse and other premium connectors. A premium license is required for every app user in both Production and Dataverse for Teams environments.

Note

When you first launch the app, bookmarks to all apps included in the CoE Starter Kit get created. Additionally add other relevant bookmarks such as links to the Power BI dashboard and your Power Platform wiki and community by selecting Edit bookmarks.

Admin - Command Center canvas app

DLP Editor v2

DLP Editor v2 is a canvas app that reads and updates data loss prevention (DLP) policies while showing a list of canvas apps and cloud flows that are impacted by the policy configurations.

Use this app to:

  • Make changes to DLP policies.
  • See what impact each change will have on existing canvas apps and cloud flows.
  • Mitigate the risk by contacting makers.

More information: Data Loss Prevention policies

Permission: Intended to be used only by admins. Power Platform Service Admin or Global Admin permission is required. Share this app with your CoE admins.

DLP Editor.

Note

This app cannot check for DLP impact in other object types. However you can explore this other offering for assistance with determining DLP impact of Desktop Flows RPA CLI.

Set App Permissions

Set App Permissions is a canvas app that an admin can use to discover apps by app name, environment, or owner name, and to change app permissions.

Use this app to:

  • Set a new app owner.
  • Add new viewers and editors.
  • Remove app permissions.
  • Change app permissions from editors to viewers or viewers to editors.

You can also use this app to find apps that have been orphaned by the owner's having left your organization, and clean them up. More information: Share a canvas app in Power Apps

Permission: This app is intended to be used only by admins. Microsoft Power Platform Service Admin or Global Admin permission is required. Share this app with your CoE admins.

Set App Permissions.

Set Flow Permissions

Similar to Set App Permissions, Set Flow Permissions is a canvas app that admins can use to discover flows by flow name, environment, or owner name.

Use this app to:

  • Add new viewers and editors.
  • Remove flow permissions.

Note that the ownership of a flow can't be changed.

You can also use this app to find flows that have been orphaned by the owner's having left your organization, and clean them up. More information: Share a flow

Permission: This app is intended to be used only by admins. Microsoft Power Platform Service Admin or Global Admin permission is required. Share this app with your CoE admins.

Set Flow Permissions.

Power Platform Admin View

Note

This app is not available if you have installed the Core Components in Dataverse for Teams. A canvas app is available to browse tenant inventory.

Power Platform Admin View is a model-driven app that provides an interface used to browse items in Dataverse custom tables. It provides access to views and forms for the custom tables in the solution.

Use this app to:

  • Get a quick overview of resources in your tenant.
  • Learn about your makers, connectors, apps, and flows.
  • Find out who apps are shared with.
  • Add additional information, such as notes and risk assessments, to your resources.
  • Set approved capacity for environments, and see capacity and add-on information per environment.
  • Complete app audits.
  • Manage capacity alerts.

Permission: This app is intended to be used only by admins. Power Platform Service Admin or Global Admin permission is required. Share this app with your CoE admins.

Power Platform Admin View model-driven app.

You can use this app to see who an app is shared with, what roles (editor or viewer) the users have, and—for groups—what the size of the group is, all in a quick glance.

Use Power Platform Admin View to see who an app is shared with.

Power BI report

With Power BI reports, you can get a holistic view of Dataverse data with visualizations and insights for Environment, PowerApps App, Flow, Connector, Connection Reference, Maker, and Audit Log tables.

Follow the setup instructions to set up the Power BI dashboard. More information: Gain deep insights into your Microsoft Power Platform adoption with the CoE Power BI dashboard

CoE Power BI dashboard.

Environment Request management components

Watch a walk-through of how the environment and DLP request process works.

Tables

  • Environment Creation Request represents a request submitted by non-admins to create a new Environment. This has a many-to-many relationship with the Maker and PowerApps Connector tables. The following is available for each request:

    • Approval Date
    • Approval Email
    • Created By (used as Requestor)
    • Database Currency
    • Database Language
    • Database Security Group ID
    • Duration Requested
    • Environment
    • Environment Display Name
    • Environment Region
    • Environment Type
    • Expiration Date
    • Has Database
    • Has Expiration Date
    • Justification
    • Notes
    • Request No
    • Request Status (pending, approved, rejected, fulfilled, live, expired, cancelled, failed)
  • DLP Policy Change Request represents a request to change the definition of an existing DLP policy in the tenant. The following is available for each request:

    • Action Requested (Add Environment to Policy, Remove Environment from Policy)
    • Created By (used as Requestor)
    • Environment Creation Request
    • Policy ID
    • Request No
    • Request Status

Flows

Flow Name Type Interval Description
DLP Request | Make approved policy change Automated when a DLP Policy Change Request record is updated to Approved state Modifies the existing DLP Policies identified in the request depending on the action type.
Env Request | Cleanup expired environments Schedule Daily Cleans up environments with expiration dates identified or sends weekly warning email notifications every Monday if the expiration date is coming up within the month.
Env Request | Create approved environment Automated when an Environment Creation Request’s status is updated to Approved state Provisions the Environment and other resources identified in the request.
Env Request | Notify admin when a new request is submitted Automated when a new Environment Creation Request record’s status is updated by a user to Pending state Sends an email to the admin alias with instructions on how to review the request.
Env Request | Notify requestor when rejected Automated when an Environment Creation Request’s status is updated to Rejected state Sends an email notification to the requestor with the rejection status and reason, then changes the request to inactive.

Apps

Admin - Environment Requests

A canvas app used by admins as an interface to view and approve or reject requests to create or modify Power Platform development resources. Supports Environment Creation Requests and changes to DLP Policies are logged in the DLP Policy Change Request table.

Use this app to:

  • View all Environment Creation Requests in detail.
  • Approve or reject Environment Creation Requests.
  • View if connectors will be blocked or restricted by existing or modified DLP Policies. Modifications made in the app will update those Policies.

Permission: Intended to be used only by admins. Power Platform Service Admin or Global Admin permission is required. Share this app with your CoE Admins.

Prerequisite: This app uses Microsoft Dataverse. If you have installed this solution in a Production environment, end users need to have a Per User license, or the app needs to be assigned a Per App license, or the environment needs to be covered by pay-as-you-go. If you have installed this solution in a Dataverse for Teams environment, a Microsoft 365 license is required for every user.

Admin - Environment Request canvas app.

Maker - Environment Requests

A canvas app designed to easily submit requests for Power Platform resources (such as Environment Creation Requests).

Use this app to:

  • Submit new Environment Creation Requests.
  • View existing requests in any state that was submitted by that user. Expiration timeline and link to the Live environments can be found here.

Permission: As soon as you're using this process, you can share the app with all authorized Makers or the entire organization, depending on which users you want to allow Environment ownership. Requires the Power Platform Maker SR (security role) to use the Dataverse tables.

Prerequisite: This app uses Microsoft Dataverse. If you have installed this solution in a Production environment, end users need to have a Per User license, or the app needs to be assigned a Per App license, or the environment needs to be covered by pay-as-you-go. If you have installed this solution in a Dataverse for Teams environment, a Microsoft 365 license is required for every user.

Maker - Environment Request canvas app.

Other core components

Flows

Flow Name Type Interval Description
Admin Capacity Alerts Scheduled Daily This flow checks actual capacity consumption and compares it with approved capacity, that an admin sets. The flow will send an alert to the admin for environments that exceed the approved capacity, or are at 80% of approved capacity. The approved capacity can be set in the Power Platform Admin View model-driven app.
Admin Add-Ons Alerts Scheduled Daily This flow checks actual add-on consumption and compares it with approved capacity, that an admin sets. The flow will send an alert to the admin for environments that exceed the approved add-on consumption, or are at 80% of approved capacity. The approved capacity can be set in the Power Platform Admin View model-driven app.
Admin Welcome Email v3 Automated when any sync flow adds a new maker to the Maker table This flow sends an email to a user who created an app, flow, custom connector, or environment. This flow gets triggered when a new record is created in the maker table. You can customize the email sent out by the flow.
App Catalog > Request Access Instant from App Catalog this flow sends an access request approval to the maker.

Apps

App Catalog

A canvas app that helps give visibility to certain apps in the organization. Admins can choose which apps to highlight in the app catalog if the app meets admin requirements and is meant to be shared broadly.

When you first open the app catalog, you won't see any apps there. There's a field on the Power Apps App table called In App Catalog, which is a two-option set type field (Boolean). If the value is set to Yes, the app will show up in the catalog. To publish an app to the app catalog, follow the app auditing process in the Power Platform Admin View app.

Permission: As soon as you're using this process, you can share the app catalog with the entire organization.

Prerequisite: This app uses Microsoft Dataverse. If you have installed this solution in a Production environment, end users need to have a Per User license, or the app needs to be assigned a Per App license, or the environment needs to be covered by pay-as-you-go. If you have installed this solution in a Dataverse for Teams environment, a Microsoft 365 license is required for every user.

App Catalog.