I understand that appending changes multi line text boxes arent currently supported in Powerapps, but I had an idea about a work around but I just wasn't sure how (or if it was possible) to implement.
Is a work around like this fiesable?
It should work.
Besides, take a look at the following thread for another workaround:
Please refer to the posts of Jstlouis.
Thanks pranavnaidu; however, the only output i'm getting for "apply to each" is 'BODY" and not 'VALUE' like your example. Any idea what I'm doing incorrectly? Would appreciate your feedback - thansk again.
@pranavnaidu how do you get the powerapp information to create those variables? I've connected the powerapp to the flow but I only get "initializevariable" dynamic content.
Would it be posisble to to do the condition in basic mode as advanced mode is gone? Im new to flow so i cant really remake the line @not(empty(items('Apply_to_each')[variables('ColumnName')])) into a basic condition flow.
Could you not just use a variable? (Have little experience with SP so just how I would do with sql)
load the current comments into text box and store in a variable
Allow user to edit or add to current comments (could use another text box for new comments)
submit button to patch back the variable plus the new/edited comments with user details dates etc also added.
Are you able to figure out the blocker, even I am showed with InitializeVariable ! Please help me if you are able to find a way
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