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When our users go to the Ribbon in CRM, there are a load of Apps that appear that are never used.
Can we delete these old or unused Apps without affecting CRM in any way (especially the underlying data!)?
I'd also like to delete the App that keeps saying, "This is a legacy app and might have features or customizations that aren’t supported in Unified Interface. For best results, create a model-driven app for Unified Interface.". How can we delete those if they don't appear in 'Model-driven Apps' area?
You can visit https://make.powerapps.com/ and login with your sys admin account. under the apps list you will see all the apps that are available to your org delete the ones you don't need.
Another maybe better option is to assign those apps to the sys admin role so that any other users won't see them. You can do that by opening My Apps (under Settings)
and unselect the user roles
I think there are 2 ways for you.
1.Go to Settings->My apps and cilck the "more" icon to select only system administrator could use the app.
2.Go to Settings->Customizations->Customize the System->Morden drive app
Hope it helps.
Thanks, guys. I know how to delete an app, but I wanted to know whether it was OK to do it or whether it would cause all sorts of system errors.
I have taken your suggestion on board to hide the apps for other users, so this helps.
If you delete an app, you could go to D365 admin center->apps to manage them or reinstall them.
But I think the best way is to use security roles to hide these apps and it will not cause issues in your system.
BTW, If my answer helped you, please mark my answer as verified so that we could help other users with similar issues.
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