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KickingApps
Level 8

Flow Button control

Crazy idea here but after searching and implementing several workarounds to add photos to a SharePoint library -- with John Liu's seeming to be the latest, simplest method -- why not simply allow users to add a Flow button (control) to a Powerapp.  Specifically, I just used the Flow template shown below and it's so simple and easy to use.  It would be great if I could insert this button directly into my app and not need to navigate out of the app to perform this action.

 

Is it currently possible? If not, what about future enhancement?

 

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Dawidvh
Level 10

Re: Flow Button control

Hi @KickingApps

 

I would vote for that, have you greated this as an idea?

 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/PowerApps-Ideas/idb-p/PowerAppsIdeas/status-key/New

 

The attachments to SharePoint lists is very easy to setup, but I agree that it is not as good as having it in a library.

 

 

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KickingApps
Level 8

Re: Flow Button control

@Dawidvh Thanks for the reply.  I have used attachments also but after testing Flow buttons, seems like  great opportunity to enhance PowerApps even further.  So, per your suggestion, I have submitted as an idea.  Please vote it up.

Link to idea

@seadude

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