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Hey all! 

I have a PowerApp created for a form I need submitted. Once they hit the submit button, I want it it to navigate to a success screen, but only if all of the required fields have been filled out. I can't seem to make this work properly. Right now I have it working so it always goes to the success screen. I want to make sure it only goes there if everything has been properly filled out. Here is a screen shot. The success screen is titled "submitted" just to be clear. 

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The property drop down in the upper left is for the selected control on the screen. In your screenshot you have the an image selected. You need to select the Form control. You can use the left side tree view to select the form control.



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The form has an OnSuccess property. Just move the part of the formula you want to execute when the form is successfully saved to the OnSuccess property.



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Sorry Jeff, I'm a bit new to this. I'm not sure sure what you mean. I tried looking for an "OnSuccess" on the left drop down where "On Select" is, and I wasn't able to find it. How should I conduct this formula?

The property drop down in the upper left is for the selected control on the screen. In your screenshot you have the an image selected. You need to select the Form control. You can use the left side tree view to select the form control.



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Thank you!

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