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How to hide/show the screen based on radio button?

I'm new for power apps. I need to Hide and show some screen based on radio button. 


Here is my Scenarios:

 

I have a sharepoint online list. Under Email group type field, we have a radio button. So that, when users selected each radio button, it will open diffrent screen or forms based on the radio button selected. How can I do in power apps?

 

Hint:

 

I did this project in infopath years ago. I created sections and I put a conditions and hiding. It was simple 

 

 

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Hi @Sara328,

 

This is easy to achieve, you just need to put your forms in different screens and make the OnSelect property of each buttons to navigate to the corresponding screens. 

 

Navigate( Screen, Transition [, UpdateContextRecord ] )

  1. Screen - Required. The screen to display.
  2. Transition - Required. The visual transition to use between the current screen and the next screen.
  3. UpdateContextRecord - Optional. A record that contains the name of at least one column and a value for each column. This record updates the context variables of the new screen as if passed to the UpdateContext function.

For your reference:

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/function-navigate/

 

Regards,

Mona

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Hi @Sara328,

 

This is easy to achieve, you just need to put your forms in different screens and make the OnSelect property of each buttons to navigate to the corresponding screens. 

 

Navigate( Screen, Transition [, UpdateContextRecord ] )

  1. Screen - Required. The screen to display.
  2. Transition - Required. The visual transition to use between the current screen and the next screen.
  3. UpdateContextRecord - Optional. A record that contains the name of at least one column and a value for each column. This record updates the context variables of the new screen as if passed to the UpdateContext function.

For your reference:

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/function-navigate/

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Anonymous
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Hello

Following this thread, how do i give each radio button a different OnSelect function. It seems I can only change the OnSelect function of the "Whole set" of radio buttons?

I am a beginner 😞

Thank You

Lorcan

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