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Helper I
Helper I

Copy an image (ctrl C) and then paste into the powerapps app (ctrl V).

Hello with everyone,

I hope you can help me.

 

I am working with an app on canvas in powerapps that brings me the information from sharepoint online, what I need is to be able to make a copy of an image (ctrl C) and then paste it into the powerapps app (ctrl V). is this possible?

something like the outlook body that allows you to paste images.

 

For this type of column should I have in sharepoint? Thank you in advance for the help you can provide to this thread.

 

Regards,

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Dual Super User II
Dual Super User II

Re: Copy an image (ctrl C) and then paste into the powerapps app (ctrl V).

Hi @dvalenzuela 

 

Copy and paste images into PowerApps is not possible

 

 

Images can be stored locally in the App by going to File>Media>Images and uploading your images there

These images can be referenced directly in the PowerApp using the name of the image

 

Images can also be uploaded to a SharePoint Picture Library, and then you could connect to the data source

Note : Picture Libraries will not show up in the data sources list

You can directly reference it by using its name as shown in image below

 

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You could then use the '{Link}' column from the Picture Library to show the images in your App

 

 

Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

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Dual Super User II
Dual Super User II

Re: Copy an image (ctrl C) and then paste into the powerapps app (ctrl V).

Hi @dvalenzuela 

 

Copy and paste images into PowerApps is not possible

 

 

Images can be stored locally in the App by going to File>Media>Images and uploading your images there

These images can be referenced directly in the PowerApp using the name of the image

 

Images can also be uploaded to a SharePoint Picture Library, and then you could connect to the data source

Note : Picture Libraries will not show up in the data sources list

You can directly reference it by using its name as shown in image below

 

Capture.PNG

You could then use the '{Link}' column from the Picture Library to show the images in your App

 

 

Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly

 

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Helper I
Helper I

Re: Copy an image (ctrl C) and then paste into the powerapps app (ctrl V).

I copy paste images using the Rich Text Editor.  I needed to switch to FireFox since Chrome is 'blocking' the image from being viewed unless the image is copied from a website.  

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