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Leave Request Template and Collections

I am absolutely new to PowerApps and I do not have a technical background.  I was attempting to revise the Leave Request Template  with my company's information.  However, I am struggling with the collections.  Is there anyway to update the collections already stored within the template or do I have to create my own collections and link them within the template?  


I have read MS instructions on collections and I am still confused.  Can anyone help?  It would be soooo greatly appreciated.  Thank you!

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Hi @Anonymous,


That depends on where will you save your data to. If you have a data source to store the data, say SharePoint list, it is possible to submit collections to SharePoint with multiple rows at a time by using a combination of ForAll and Patch to submit the items.


For example, your OnSelect property of a Submit button would look something like this:

ForAll(CollectionName, Patch(SharePoint_ListName, Defaults(SharePoint_ListName), { ColumnName1: value1, ColumnName2: value2, etc})

So this is the main part that you need to change about the sample app. 


For your reference:




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Hi Mona,


Am also having the same issue , Am trying to modify the Leave Type,Defaut value and Descriptions . As per the guide tried editing in login screen On Start function , But the changes are not reflecting. Could you pelase advice .


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