Now with the renaming of Common Data Service to Dataverse and the launch of Dataverse for MS Teams you might be wondering how to create a Power Apps link to specific screens or even to a specific item in your app. The use of parameters for Power Apps has been around for a while now, but when it comes to MS Teams this gets a little more complicated. In this blog post, we're going to check how we can still leverage deep links to Power Apps within MS Teams.
By saving in a data source like SharePoint and then connect it with Power Apps, you can easily have a centralized style library. This ensures that all your apps look consistent and you don't have to go through the hassle and change every element, once you decided to change your primaryAccent color. It makes sense to take your time to sit down, think of the way you'd like your styles to be structured and stay with that through all your app-creations.