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Helper I
Helper I

Embed PowerApps Customized Form in SPO

Hey Folks,

 

Is there a way to embed a PowerApps Customized form in SPO modern pages? I can't seem to figure out a way. Won't generate anything I can embed, and no app ID I can pull. Thoughts? Or am I out of luck?

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Super User
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Re: Embed PowerApps Customized Form in SPO

Hi @AndrewGeddes ,

You can copy and paste a form from a standalone app directly into the SharePoint Integration screen after deleting the old form.

If you rename the old Form (SharePointForm1) to the new name before deleting, make sure the canvas width is set to the same as the other one, you only have to change the Item to SharePointIntegration.Selected and it all works. I do most of my SP forms this way as my users are mostly mobile and need standalone apps.

 

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Dual Super User
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Re: Embed PowerApps Customized Form in SPO

Hi @AndrewGeddes 

 

A Power Apps customized SharePoint list form only lives within the SharePoint list.

 

In order to leverage the Power Apps web part - you would need a standalone Power App.

 

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Super User
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Re: Embed PowerApps Customized Form in SPO

Hi @AndrewGeddes ,

You can copy and paste a form from a standalone app directly into the SharePoint Integration screen after deleting the old form.

If you rename the old Form (SharePointForm1) to the new name before deleting, make sure the canvas width is set to the same as the other one, you only have to change the Item to SharePointIntegration.Selected and it all works. I do most of my SP forms this way as my users are mostly mobile and need standalone apps.

 

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Resolver II
Resolver II

Re: Embed PowerApps Customized Form in SPO

You can easily add using iframe.

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