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Owizardo
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Extreme slowness navigating to a page

Hi there,

 

I have a probleme that ive had with Powerapps for quite sometime. I have a simple Nagivate() to swtich from one page to another. It seems to take 10-15 seconds to load. At first i thought it was a long collection that was running so I removed all the collection. Im still getting 10-15 seconds.

 

What I narrowed it down to is that if I have alot of controls / labels and shapes in my application. I have a large form with a tab system where certain control are hidden depending on what is selected.  I removed controls that connect to Sharepoint queries and tried to simplify my setup. 

 

No matter what i do, I cant seem to gain any sort of major improvements. Does anyone know if theres a limit to have many controls you can have in one screenor have any other ideas?

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Hey thanks for the follow up. I ended following your suggestion about taking my form piece by piece.
At the moment it seems a bit better but I feel like the major slowness was due to conditionnal visibility of Canvas cards. I redid my whole system to avoid using canvas cards. 

 

So for the moment, instead of taking 10 secs to load it more like 5-6 secs. So theres a gain but I feel like that will be the best its going to be for now. It is a large form afterall with about 50+ control with conditionnal visibilty. 

 

So im happy for now. 

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KroonOfficeSol
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@Owizardo 

First, try to add a new screen and make your Navigate() formula to go to that screen.

Is it fast now, then copy-paste part by part to the new screen till you find the reason for the delay.  

 

Is it still slow then look at:

  • Screen.OnHidden - are their formulas which reset the screen you come from
  • Are there other formulas on the button where the Navigate() formula is, then comment them out to see what happens.

Hope this helps you fix this.

 

Paul

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Hi @Owizardo are you still experiencing slowness? Can you update the thread if the above reply was helpful? 

 

Thank you,

 

@Anonymous 

Hey thanks for the follow up. I ended following your suggestion about taking my form piece by piece.
At the moment it seems a bit better but I feel like the major slowness was due to conditionnal visibility of Canvas cards. I redid my whole system to avoid using canvas cards. 

 

So for the moment, instead of taking 10 secs to load it more like 5-6 secs. So theres a gain but I feel like that will be the best its going to be for now. It is a large form afterall with about 50+ control with conditionnal visibilty. 

 

So im happy for now. 

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