Use the Power Apps Creator Kit to save your UI development time: The Creator Kit, published by the Microsoft Power CAT team, is a collection of Fluent UI controls and templates for Power Apps makers to create delightful app experiences more rapidly.
A single default environment is automatically created by Power Apps for each tenant and shared by all users in that tenant. Whenever a new user signs up for Power Apps, they’re automatically added to the Maker role of the default environment. The default environment is created in the region closest to the default region of the Azure AD tenant. Read more
If a connector is not listing standard details like Time zone, Languages, User details, etc. Please check all required graph API permissions are added for the current user. You can find the required permission details here.
While modern app designer provides phenomenal low code experience, it still misses some small and useful components in the classic editor. One such component is spacer control. Currently, this can be added to the form only by switching back to the classic designer, once added, we can switch back to the modern editor. Please upvote the Idea suggestion here to enable this component in the modern designer.
Every time when a user runs a powerapp with connectors for the first time, they will receive a popup asking their consent to use the connectors in the specific app.
Use the Set-AdminPowerAppApisToBypassConsent cmdlet to bypass this pop-up, so that users are are not required to authorize API connections for the input app. The command changes the bypassConsent flag of an app to true. Using this command, end users will observe consent is bypassed for First Party connectors that support single sign-on and custom connectors that don’t require authentication. This includes custom connectors with or without a gateway. Read more here.