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Patch(Excel) OneDrive Image uploading images into each user's drive

I created an app that will allow each user to sign and automatically upload it into onedrive as image. Unfortunately everytime the user sign instead of the image will upload into shared OneDrive folder, it is creating a new folder into user's account.


I shared both Excel File and Image Folder with Full Control to anyone. By saving image from PowerApps I use Patch(Table, Default(Table), {image : .....} ) User all able to add row into excel file but the image was saving into their own OneDrive instead of Group or Centralized Organization Folder. 

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Re: Patch(Excel) OneDrive Image uploading images into each user's drive

Hi @jfb,


Please share some detailed steps that how did you create the app to upload images from PowerApps to OneDrive. If you created the app with the steps like this, please try to change to using the method below to create a new one and test:


Notice that the Excel table need to have a column titled with "Image [image]". You still need to share the Excel and the folder that store the images to the users. 


About your issue, I think that this is because that the users are using their own account to access OneDrive connector in this app and the app didn't specify the path to store the images. 




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