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Modify Form in SharePoint Event List

I have a custom SharePoint Events List. With any other SharePoint list, I choose a view and then there is a button for PowerApps which allows me to customize the form. There is no PowerApps in my custom Event List View. My license is O365 Business Premium
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Re: Modify Form in SharePoint Event List

Not in a SharePoint online modern site.  I don't think you can use InfoPath to do it either (although I wouldn't recommend that at this point.)



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Re: Modify Form in SharePoint Event List

Because of the additional backend coding involved in an event list PowerApps doesn't support the customization of event lists.  YOu can build a standalone app against an event list (its difficult, but doable) but there is no way to build a SharePoint integrated PowerApps form.  Its not supported.



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Re: Modify Form in SharePoint Event List

That’s very disappointing. I dabbled in creating a form in PowerApps but you are correct, difficult and way too many hours considering there’s no template or wizard that suits my purpose and I have to start with a blank canvas. Are there any options for customizing the layout of the events list form that you are aware of?
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Re: Modify Form in SharePoint Event List

Not in a SharePoint online modern site.  I don't think you can use InfoPath to do it either (although I wouldn't recommend that at this point.)



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