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olsen9
Resolver II
Resolver II

App StartScreen

I'm trying to use this logic only when the form is new but it even shows up when trying to open any previous item

 

If(SharePointForm1.Mode=FormMode.New,Navigate(WelcomeScreen))

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BCBuizer
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Hi @olsen9 ,

 

In that case I would integrate the navigate function in the OnEdit and OnView properties of the form:

 

BCBuizer_0-1646675360324.png

 

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BCBuizer
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Hi @olsen9 ,

 

Can you describe the screenflow of your app a bit more? 

 

I assume you have a WelcomeScreen from which the user can navigate to a BrowseScreen that contains a gallery where the user can view exisiting items or choose to add a new one. When selecting either option, the formmode is set and then the user navigates to the DetailScreen. When submitting the form, the above logic is applied, but not working?

 

If the above flow is the one of your app indeed, please check if the formmode is changed correctly.

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olsen9
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Resolver II

WelcomeScreen would be for only the first time a user adds a new item.  It gives them 2 option on the welcome screen, enter in task A or enter in task B

When going back into the item, to make edits or view they wouldn't ever see the WelcomeScreen

BCBuizer
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Super User

Hi @olsen9,  can you share the code for when the users selects an item to view/edit? 

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olsen9
Resolver II
Resolver II

I should have said I'm using standard form for SharePoint and Powerapps

BCBuizer
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Super User

Hi @olsen9 ,

 

In that case I would integrate the navigate function in the OnEdit and OnView properties of the form:

 

BCBuizer_0-1646675360324.png

 

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