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bennyblanco
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Need An InfoPath Functionallity Build With PowerApps

Trying to create a functionallity that is possible in InfoPath, but can't figure out a way to do it with PowerApps. It is about a SharePoint Online list form. In InfoPath you are able to create separate containers(sections), have some fields in them and based on some logic (for instance if a certain value from a dropdown field is selected), to hide/unhide this container. Need that same logic built with PowerApps. Any ideas, or useful articles on the matter? Thanks!

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Re: Need An InfoPath Functionallity Build With PowerApps

Hi @bennyblanco yes the same logic is available in PowerApps using an If statement in the Visible setting.

Rob
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Re: Need An InfoPath Functionallity Build With PowerApps

Hi @bennyblanco yes the same logic is available in PowerApps using an If statement in the Visible setting.

Rob
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bennyblanco
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Re: Need An InfoPath Functionallity Build With PowerApps

Hi Rob,

 

Let me test and will get back to you. Thank you!

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