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doo22ya
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Is there any way to save the final ‘decision’ documentation and print it? - Survey

Hello, 

 

Is there any way to save the final ‘decision’ documentation and print it after survey? 

I am going to build a survey(assessment) but the result should be saved and printed as a final result with the participant's name and ID.  But creating survey is not my problem but  I don't know how to do the final result saved and printed as a document with peoples' name and ID. Thank you. 

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In one of my applications that needed a hardcopy, I put an HTMLText control in the app (with the visible set to false).  I put a button in the app that launches a power automate flow that converts the html text to a .html file, then converts that to a .pdf file.   No additional cost for anything and it was pretty easy to do.  Concept Flow.PNG

 

This is the OnSelect code for the button that launches the flow: ProjectConcept.Run(Concatenate(varEditConcept.Title,".html"),HtmlTextConceptSummary.HtmlText)

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Roverandom
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Can you share some screenshots of the app and provide more information?



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Hello, 

Thank you for your comment. 

This is a yes or no question and people get the result. It is a kind of assessment. 

But the result should be saved and printed. PDF file is the best since we need to save all the result individually. 

I've attached a file. 

doo22ya_0-1659725662687.png

 

Roverandom
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Well, you can use Power Automate to build the pdf from a Word template. But this connector is paid.
To save the answers, you can use a simple list in SharePoint with all the fields you have in the survey. In Power Apps, use the ForAll+Patch function to insert only the survey result into the list.
When printing to pdf, make a filter on the SharePoint list, for example:
If you are the user:

Filter(SharePointList, Title in User().FullName Or User().Email)

If it's an admin:
The respondent's name can be selected from a drop-down list, for example. From there:

Filter(SharePointList, Title in DropDown.selected.value)

Both results return a table that can be passed to Power Automate via JSON function.

There are certainly several ways to do what you need, but I have very little information to help you in the right way.



Hi! I hope I was helpfull. Please always mark the answer that helped you, so others who need it will find it faster.



Roverandom is a book by J.R.R Tolkien. I'm a big fan of his works and as Frodo, Aragorn or Gollum are already widely used, I decided to use this nickname.

Hello, 

 

If I don't have permission to use the SharePoint, is there anything as alternative?  

In one of my applications that needed a hardcopy, I put an HTMLText control in the app (with the visible set to false).  I put a button in the app that launches a power automate flow that converts the html text to a .html file, then converts that to a .pdf file.   No additional cost for anything and it was pretty easy to do.  Concept Flow.PNG

 

This is the OnSelect code for the button that launches the flow: ProjectConcept.Run(Concatenate(varEditConcept.Title,".html"),HtmlTextConceptSummary.HtmlText)

Thank you so much. I will try it next week and keep you posted. Thank you! 

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