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Rg4963
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How to add powerapps form to the sharepoint site

How do I add the powerapps form to a sharepoint site ?

 

After the person sumbit the form it goes to the sharepoint list . How would I do that ?

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RezaDorrani
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Hi @Rg4963 

 

If the PowerApp is a SharePoint list form customized PowerApp then it would automatically do that for you

 

If this is a standalone canvas app, then inorder for user to get redirected to SP list once data is posted, you will need to call the launch function in PowerApp and redirect the user

 

Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

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Pstork1
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If you go to the List in the SharePoint site you will see a PowerApps menu.  From there you can pick Customize Form.  That will create an Integrated Form for use in that list as a replacement for the regular forms.  Other than that there is no way to take an existing PowerApp and have it load in the context of the List in SharePoint.



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Yes it's a SharePoint list form but I don't wan't other users seeing what other people submitted.

RezaDorrani
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Dual Super User II

Hi @Rg4963 

 

In that case you would have to setup item level security

 

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Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

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for the read access it doesn't have a none button for it thought

 

I don't want anybody to have access to read information that was submitted in the list only a few.

or can I make a save button and it links to another page ?

Pstork1
Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

Accessing SharePoint information from a PowerApp is as easy as setting up a connector to the list.  But if you want the App form to display in the context of the list it has to be an integrated form.  YOu can take a regular PowerApp and embed it on a modern page using a web part, but again that isn't in the context of the list.

 

As @RezaDorrani said, you can modify the list settings so that regular users only see the items they created.  Otherwise you need to use an HTTP rest call to modify the permissions on each individual item so that only certain people can set it.  PowerApps doesn't provide a security layer for SharePoint.  To interact with a SharePoint list user's must have permission to the list itself.  There are various ways to get around that, but all are workarounds.  Its just not the way the system is designed.



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