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Joe_00
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Duplicate what was just entered on

I have a form built out in PowerApps, and OnSuccess I redirect the user to a select screen. On the Success Screen I want to give the user the option to go back to the previous screen and have all of the information that they've filled out already be populated for them.

Can someone help?

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v-peijunz-msft
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @Joe_00,

 

Do you want to display the submitted record in another screen?

Based on your description, I have made a simple test for your reference.

1. I have a App with three screen. 

In screen1, there is a form (Form1) and a button (Button1).

The property for the form:

OnSuccess: 

 

Set(CurrentSubmittedRecord, Form1.LastSubmit); Navigate(Screen2)

 

The property for the button:

OnSelect: 

 

SubmitForm(Form1)

 

vpeijunzmsft_0-1659509871190.png

2. Once submitted in screen1, it will navigate to screen2.

In screen2, insert two icons.

Press the left icon to go back to the screen1, press the right icon to go to the screen3.

The property for the left icon:

OnSelect: 

 

Navigate(Screen1)

 

The property for the right icon:

OnSelect:

 

Navigate(Screen3)

 

vpeijunzmsft_1-1659509871194.png

3. In screen3, insert a form (herein is Form2) and set it Item property as 

 

CurrentSubmittedRecord

 

The submitted record in Form1 Screen1 will be transferred to Form2 in Screen3.

vpeijunzmsft_2-1659509871205.png

 

Best regards,

Sylvia

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Drrickryp
Super User
Super User

Nice effect!

v-peijunz-msft
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @Joe_00,

 

Do you want to display the submitted record in another screen?

Based on your description, I have made a simple test for your reference.

1. I have a App with three screen. 

In screen1, there is a form (Form1) and a button (Button1).

The property for the form:

OnSuccess: 

 

Set(CurrentSubmittedRecord, Form1.LastSubmit); Navigate(Screen2)

 

The property for the button:

OnSelect: 

 

SubmitForm(Form1)

 

vpeijunzmsft_0-1659509871190.png

2. Once submitted in screen1, it will navigate to screen2.

In screen2, insert two icons.

Press the left icon to go back to the screen1, press the right icon to go to the screen3.

The property for the left icon:

OnSelect: 

 

Navigate(Screen1)

 

The property for the right icon:

OnSelect:

 

Navigate(Screen3)

 

vpeijunzmsft_1-1659509871194.png

3. In screen3, insert a form (herein is Form2) and set it Item property as 

 

CurrentSubmittedRecord

 

The submitted record in Form1 Screen1 will be transferred to Form2 in Screen3.

vpeijunzmsft_2-1659509871205.png

 

Best regards,

Sylvia

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