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Hi Friends,

I just finished up a LARGE ( by my standards) Power App form. This form is based on a SharePoint list with 59 fields. It had alot of configuration. Some of the major configuration where:

Had to have tabs so user do not have to scroll through 59 fields

A view Screen for each tab

Card visablity based of other DataValue inputs

Data cards had specific, color size, visiblity, hint text, tool tip text 
Info Icon for additional tool tips.

A launch button for any URL data collected. (couldn't have a seperate field for URLs had to be in plaintext field)

A flow that pulls data from one service and populates 4 fields in the list.

A flow that unhides the Submit button once all field have been  completed.

A flow that runs an approval  process when a Submit button is clicked

This was alot of configuration so I was wondering how other documenting thier PowerApps and Flows?

I have been writing mine up in Onenote using the following format:

I have one tab for each project in OneNote. Then one page for each configuration Item.

For this project  I document the technical configuration as :

Configuration requirements: Brief  sentences on requirement/s it is meeting

Configuration setting:

SharePoint List: Column names, data input type

Form: custom settings, specific, color and  size.

Cards:

DataValue: specific, color size, visiblity, hint text, tool tip text 

DataKey: specific, color, size, font

Information Icon: specific, color size, visiblity,  tool tip text 

URL Launch ( I used a House icon for this) specific, color size, visiblity

Tabs: custom settings specific, color size, visiblity, text, navigation
Buttons: custom settings settingsspecific, color size, text ,flow

 

For Flow I pretty much do the samething  accept under configuration settings I usualy have the PowerApp Trigger, SharePoint getitem and/or new item, condition, varibles,  start approval etc.

I would  be interested on how others are organzing and documenting thier tech designs as well as share in more detail what I am doing.

Thank you,

Melody

 

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