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jPairis
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Building roster app, unable to link to personal page

Hi all. 

 

Im quite new to powerapps and I'm currenly struggeling on one point. 

So al the help is welcome!

 

I'm builiding a roster app for my colleques. The roster is currently in an Excel sheet on sharepoint.

So far I've managed to get the excel data and show it correctly in the app I'v made. 

 

On the landing page is where the user selects there name and picture. 

There is where I get stuck. I'm unable to link their roster page to their name. 

 

When I use Navigate( ) onSelect with that arrow, All the links will go to same page. 

 

What best way to link the profile and their personal page?  Does there exist a code or somthing like this: Navigate(Roster_Page_ User()>Fullname)  Iknow this code is incorrect but tis is what I had in mind. 

 

 

Thanks!

 

Jeff

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Re: Building roster app, unable to link to personal page

Hi @jPairis ,

 

In your screenshot, I saw there are many screens called "Roster_screen_", did you mean that each screen belongs to one user and you want to navigate to different screens according to the current logged in user? If so, then you could achieve this by using below formula:

 

If(User().Email="xxx",Navigate(Roster_screen_1,None),User().Email="xxx",Navigate(Roster_screen_2,None),User().Email="xxx",Navigate(Roster_screen_3,None),...)

 

Regards,

Mona

 

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Building roster app, unable to link to personal page

Hi @jPairis ,

 

In your screenshot, I saw there are many screens called "Roster_screen_", did you mean that each screen belongs to one user and you want to navigate to different screens according to the current logged in user? If so, then you could achieve this by using below formula:

 

If(User().Email="xxx",Navigate(Roster_screen_1,None),User().Email="xxx",Navigate(Roster_screen_2,None),User().Email="xxx",Navigate(Roster_screen_3,None),...)

 

Regards,

Mona

 

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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