My application is an asset usage application. I have created a sharepoint list containing the assets, and in the power app a dropdown having the "Items"= Itemlist.Title. (dropdown in the image)
What i would like to achieve is to have above the dropdown 1 picture element, which based on what i select in the dropdown, shows that item image. (golden square in the image)
I don't know which is the good approach for this:
1) store the images as attachment in the "itemslist"
2) store the images in a sharepoint Library, naming each picture as the Items in the Itemlist.
Can i achieve this with simply powerapp or should i use also Power automate?
Thank you in advance for the help!!!!
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Power Apps can now display images from SharePoint Online/Microsoft Lists. This feature has started rolling out to Power Apps preview environments now. Check release timeline at: Power Apps can now display images from SharePoint Online/Microsoft Lists
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I know this is an old post but I don't understand were I'm wrong or maybe something is changed...
It seems pretty easy but I don't get it.
Lybrary name MappaturaWCOM
I made a column "hyperlink => image" called Immagine.
I made a text column called nomeImmagine.
I used the command Lookup(MappaturaWCOM; nomeImmagine="EAC";immagine) but it doesn't work.
HI @RikiVitalets ,
That is already a Library - you do not need an Image field
LookUp( MappaturaWCOM; nomeImmagine="EAC" ).'Link to item'
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