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In Platform update 14, Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations supports integration with Microsoft PowerApps, a service for developers and non-technical users to build custom business apps for mobile devices, tablets, and the web without writing code. PowerApps developed by you, your organization, or the broader ecosystem can then be embedded in the Finance and Operations client to augment the product's functionality. For example, you might build a PowerApp to supplement Finance and Operations with information retrieved from another system.
To learn more about embedding PowerApps, watch the short How to embed PowerApps in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations video.
Before embedding a PowerApp into the Finance and Operations client, you first need to find or build a PowerApp with the desired visuals and/or functionality. We will not describe the detailed process for building a PowerApp here. The Introduction to PowerApps topic is a good starting point if you are new to PowerApps.
When you are ready to embed a specific PowerApp, you can choose between one of two ways of accessing the PowerApp on a page, whichever route better fits your scenario. The first way is through the PowerApps button that has been added to the standard Action Pane. PowerApps added using this mechanism will appear as menu items inside the PowerApps menu button. When selected, each of these menu items will open a side pane that contains the embedded PowerApp. Alternatively, you may choose to show a PowerApp directly on a page as a new tab, FastTab, blade, or as a new section in a workspace.
When configuring your embedded PowerApp in Finance and Operations, you can select a single field that you want to send as input to the PowerApp. This allows the PowerApp to be responsive based on the data that you are currently viewing in Finance and Operations.
The following instructions show how to embed a PowerApp into the Finance and Operations web client.