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Link PowerApp to Sharepoint List View

I am looking for a way to have a link to my PowerApp appear on its associated SharePoint list. To put in more detail, my app is linked to a list in SharePoint. When people go to this list on SP, I want there to be a link to the PowerApp so that they can create/edit items on the SP list. If additional information is needed plesae let me know. Thanks!

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Resolver III
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Re: Link PowerApp to Sharepoint List View

There could be numerous places to make some changes and the form configuration you may have made could potentially not be valid when integrating with SharePoint. 

 

It might be easier to just re-build it based on what it gives you and try copy over look and feel.

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Re: Link PowerApp to Sharepoint List View

Hi macquarriek10,

 

On your SharePoint list click the PowerApps dropdown and select "Customize Forms". This will launch Powerapps with a prebuilt form of your list.

 

You can just save that and publish it to SharePoint and then adding a new item or editing will launch the app within Sharepoint. If you want to use the app you all ready created you will need to re-create it within the "Customize Form" mode to have it linked. (You can copy and paste everything over).

 

Let me know if you need more information.

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Re: Link PowerApp to Sharepoint List View

Thanks for the information, I'll keep it in mind for future forms. I just copied everything over from my old one and have one more question. I am getting errors from the "SharePointIntegration" connection that is established for the form... am I allowed to just replace the SharePointForm1 that it created with EditForm1 (that was on my old app)? Thanks in advance.

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Re: Link PowerApp to Sharepoint List View

Can you take a screenshot of the error?

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Re: Link PowerApp to Sharepoint List View

 
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Resolver III
Resolver III

Re: Link PowerApp to Sharepoint List View

There could be numerous places to make some changes and the form configuration you may have made could potentially not be valid when integrating with SharePoint. 

 

It might be easier to just re-build it based on what it gives you and try copy over look and feel.

View solution in original post

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Re: Link PowerApp to Sharepoint List View

Sorry, I think I confused you with my error... I got it working. Thanks for all your help!

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Re: Link PowerApp to Sharepoint List View

Anytime macquarriek! - Glad I could help

 

Happy Apping

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