I am trying to figure out how to open a SharePoint link in Power Apps. Here's some context to my scenario:
Type: Standalone Power App
Data source: SharePoint List
What I was able to figure out so far:
1) Insert > Icons > Share
2) Configure the OnSelect property of "ShareIcon1" to:
Set(varCopyLink,ThisItem.'Link to item')
3) Insert > Input > Text input
4) Configure the Default property of "TextInput1" to:
5) Now when I copy and paste the link generated in "TextInput1" on a web browser, it displays the item in SharePoint.
Is there a way to have this link open the item in Power Apps?
Thank you in advance.
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Hi @Anonymous ,
Set( varEmpID, Value(Param("EmpID")) ); If( varEmpID <> 0, Set( varRecord, LookUp( 'Campaign Intake Form', ID = varEmpID ) ) )
If( Value(Param("EmpID")) > 0, FormScreen, YourNormalStartScreen )
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Hey @WarrenBelz your solution works, no more warning message. Thank you again for ALL your help (not just with this). I stumbled across a blog post that you wrote when trying to understand what delegation was and how to troubleshoot delegation warnings (Power Apps Delegation – SharePoint – Practical Power Apps). Your blog post was really helpful and I've been planning/setting up my SharePoint data field types with your best practices in mind. It's my holy bible lol!