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How to create an IFrame in power apps?

I'm trying to create an IFrame that gives a full view into a sharepoint list column (I already have the link for it with everything I need organized), but I am struggling to actually create the IFrame itself. When I tried implementing a version I downloaded recommended to me on Github, power apps wouldn't let me, as it seems it no longer supports downloading the file type. I've tried following Microsoft's instructions, but I was under the impression that I didn't need to use portals, as I am making an app not a web page. Is there a different way of creating an IFrame component aside from the portal instructions? If so, can I get the rundown of how to apply it?

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NickMerrick
Helper I
Helper I

by full view, you mean the sharepoint list page where you can sort and filter the column? If so why not just make a gallery and add filter text inputs and a sort button?

By Full View, I mean just an embedded window on the screen without opening a tab in an external browser (I want all of the user's view to be in the app itself). I'm doing this to bypass a formatting issue I am having with how loosely some of the admins fill out the sharepoint list, and because I found functionality to get links through the gallery for just specific items in the list (as in, I use power apps to filter for both the user and all of their orders, and then they select a specific order in that gallery, and then the idea is to have an IFrame that shows them that specific page for that specific order. I have already tested what the links look like, and its what I want it to be, but I still need to get the IFrame working)

Hi @QuoteOnQuote ,

 

I suggest you try the IFRAME component.

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-apps/developer/component-framework/sample-controls/iframe-con... 

 

Best Regards,

Bof

Unfortunately, I cannot use that download template, as I currently cannot use any coded components in my app (due to my organization's policies, they have toggled that option off in the environment they have shared with me, and I do not have administrative access to change it). I can, however, download power app files and import them that way, as that option has not been locked, but power apps does not specify what kind of file it takes in that part, nor am I finding any components online that seem to match it.

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