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Add a QR code to a Power App


I'm trying to generate a QR code in a app but hut can get my syntax right to pass the variable to the url string, I have tried many combinations to pass title as a QR code to an Image, such as 




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"" & Title

 See if it works now @Anonymous 

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Hi sorry No luck, the url string must Start and end with "

" [VALUE] "

So any idea what the syntax would be to add the Title in and keel the end "



Try it again like this:


"" & Title


If the name of your control isn't Title then replace Title with the name of your Control.


@Anonymous wrote:

the url string must Start and end with "

" [VALUE] "


That's not necessarily true because this is a Power Apps formula for the Image property of an Image Control. Try it again and see it will work.

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