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Wozniak27
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Manage Permissions

What is the difference between App and Read permissions in the manage permissions section?  

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lukaszp
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App gives the user Read permission but is assigned through the App access list.

Read permission is given through direct item sharing. 

 

It's help you know where to go to remove the permission - Read can be removed in Manage Permissions. 

App permission need to be removed by removing the user from the App access list.

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Hi @Wozniak27 ,

 

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lukaszp
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App gives the user Read permission but is assigned through the App access list.

Read permission is given through direct item sharing. 

 

It's help you know where to go to remove the permission - Read can be removed in Manage Permissions. 

App permission need to be removed by removing the user from the App access list.

but when you give access in app, it is automaticaly included reshare access to members with read only access.

I didnt undersand why

when we include one new member in a power app area, it is automaticaly included share acess to this member member in the report ??

So if I want to prevent a user with access to the App from sharing, I need to 'remove share' in manage permissions?  With access to the App, what does a user have the ability to share?

If the user has 'reshare' permission on the dataset, they can give another user permission to that dataset. Today there is no 'share' button in an app. If the user sends a link to a report (or to the app) the recipient won't have access unless they're in the Access List for the app. HTH.

But when we update the app, all read members get share acccess automatically. why ?

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