Low-Code Web Apps: Microsoft Power Apps


Development of simple web apps that support workflow and process automation for low to moderate complexity business processes in line with institutional priorities and strategic initiatives and in coordination with existing services and procedures. 

Who can request a Power App

  • Faculty and staff who have budget authority and/or their delegate are eligible to request custom low-code app development for their department or office.

How to request access

  • To request the development of a web app, submit a process automation project request. Requests for development will be reviewed, prioritized, and added to the service backlog as they are received. Generally, requests on the service backlog are prioritized first-in, first-out. Requests may be reprioritized based on alignment with institutional strategy or urgent business continuity needs.  

  • Enhancement requests which are out of the scope of the original requests will be submitted as a new request.  


  • Quickly create web-based apps without having to write code using prebuilt templates and drag-and-drop functionality 

  • Free online learning resources and tutorials 

  • Connects to SharePoint data sources 

Additional resources

Join the Digital Workflow Advisory Community

  • The Digital Workflow Advisory Community is open to OHIO students, faculty, and staff who have an interest in automated workflows that replace manual business processes, electronic forms, document digitization, and digital document content management. 

Service support

Get help

  • Visit the Technology Help Center (help.ohio.edu) to get live support, view outages, and browse trainings.


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