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How to hide save,cancel and customize with powerapps

I have custom buttons in powerapps customized SharePoint list. Now I want to remove or hide these save, cancel and customize with powerapps options. How to achieve this?

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Hi @ShaikhaEid ,

 

Currently you cannot hide these buttons as they are part of the standard SharePoint list design. If you want this feature, you might need to ask about this in SharePoint community.

 

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Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Super User II
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Control the visible attribute of these buttons based on a condition?

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Hi @ShaikhaEid ,

 

Currently you cannot hide these buttons as they are part of the standard SharePoint list design. If you want this feature, you might need to ask about this in SharePoint community.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Advocate I
Advocate I

I use a work around for this. If you're editing the form in PowerApps, in the OnSave property of the SharePointIntegration - remove the submit form function to disable the save button. I insert a notification to provide feedback to my users if they do happen to click the save button instead of the other buttons that I may have embedded into the form for various reasons. 

Thank you for this @DukeDeVan , best workaround thus far until MS fixes this for better user experience.

Im trying this on the OnCancel property and its not popping up. Am I missing something?

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