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Henroque_Rodrig
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Building a List with Details on PowerApp

Hi All,

 

I'm building my first app with PowerApp, and I have the follow doubt:

 

How to show details for a  list that I've made? 

 

In the printscreen bellow, you can see my list (Summary), and I need that when someone click on each next arrow, the app navigate to a screen which shows the specifics details.

 

PS: My data-source is an excel file with 12 columns, and all details is already described on Excel, so I need just show them on the App.

 

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Thanks in advance!

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eka24
Super User
Super User

It better you show a sample table

 But before that try;

 

On the OnSelect of the arrow Icon inside the Gallery;

Set(varSelected,ThisItem.ID

 

Then on the Items property of the Gallery;

Filter (Table1, ID=varSelected)

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chsanche
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Henroque_Rodrig 

 

Its better for you to create the application from a template, on PowerApps, click Create on the left Menu, then select SharePoint and it will create an entire application with the functionality that you are looking for:

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Best Regards

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