I have been looking all over the web for a way to do this and i have been able to get it to export to a sharepoint library. I need to be able to capture and send my photo back to my sharepoint list.
Is there an update on if this is possible?
Where are the photos coming from?
take alook at this https://youtu.be/RFZfvTuDmP0
I followed this but the issue is he doesnt upload the image to the list, he only uploads it to a library. It needs to be in a column with the items!
I haven't done this myself, but this may be a solution for you. Check out the solution to this post:
Unfortunately, this brings me back to the same video you posted above. I was hoping by opening this topic someone would have an update on the issue!
Actually I may have a solution for you, give me a minute to find it. It probably works the same way as what I do with my security images that are captured from a camera.
I followed this article and my app allows users to capture a picture of themselves from a phone camera and save it and upload it to SharePoint. I think this is what you are looking for.
So i have created the flow recommended in the video, the button in the app keeps breaking. From what i read the PenInput creates a blob that can be transformed into JSON and then exported as per Shane's video. I think this may be a mixture of the two to get it to work. I will keep trying and hopefully get it eventually
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