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ConnellP
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Creating a Survey that people can submit and save, then return to

Hey, I'm brand new to PowerApps so before I begin figuring out how to use it, I'd like to know if this is possible. 

I need to create a survey of 100 questions as a RAG rating form. It will be filled out by 7 different teams and about 50 individuals within those teams. 

The survey is supposed to be a working document that people can access repeatedly to make changes to ratings and information, I tried to use Forms as a basic tool but obviously people can't make changes to their previous answers. 

I want people to login/access a place, complete the survey and then submit AND save it. The answers will then be sent to me to be uploaded into PowerBi. The idea is that a few weeks/months later, they can then access their previous answers, make any changes they need to then re-submit. 

My question is if this is possible? If so, what would be the kind of formula I'd have to follow to create it?/Any decent YouTube videos to self teach? 

Thanks!

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Re: Creating a Survey that people can submit and save, then return to

@ConnellP 

Yes, building your app is definitely possible.  While there is no generic method to learning PowerApps I have a few suggestions.

 

 

#1a Complete all of the PowerApps modules on MS Learn. It will guide you through creating a few basic apps and give you alot of good foundational knowledge.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/browse/?levels=beginner&term=Power%20Apps

 

#1b This course on EdX was Microsoft's first PowerApps course for beginners.  It is archived and you can no longer earn a certificate but 90% of the knowledge is still good (but sometimes a little outdated).

https://courses.edx.org/courses/course-v1:Microsoft+DAT227x+3T2018/course/

 

 

#2  I find myself watching these Youtube channels quite frequently to learn new techniques.  Once you've covered one of the beginner courses I suggest you check out these channels for videos on specific topics while trying to build your own apps.

 

Shane Young

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7_OGRP8BYvtGB8eZdPG6Ng

 

Audrie Gordon

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnFZgEkUYL03vyWro12HGW6xRtNToIQIc

 

 

#3  I find myself checking out these other great channels on a regular basis. 

 

Todd Baginksi

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgfWTteglpvN3wDdCx9nmhw

 

Mr Dang

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHFgcqnAXS_g4w2xtN5dIAg/playlists

 

Brian Knight

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcwrIWK7WBcRyFBAFeC-Ws8kJYAGTc8Qi

 

Daniel Christian

https://www.youtube.com/user/gandolfthegr8/videos?view=0&sort=dd&shelf_id=1

 

 

Bonus:  Here's an exhaustive learning list published by Microsoft

 

Learning List

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/microsoft-powerapps-learning-resources/

 

 

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