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Helper I

Navigate to another screen when clicking on gallery item

Hello All,

 

I have gallery connected to a SharePoint list, is there a way if i click on one of the items it will take me to different screen?

 

i am not able to select the items one-by-one from the gallery and change the "onselect" value because this is a gallery and it will only allow me to do it only if i select the first top left item.

 

attached an example

 

what i treid is i put the screen name into the item "Title" and write the following:

Navigate(ThisItem.Title)

 

but it did not work..

 

any ideas!

 

Thanks!

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Super User III
Super User III

@EMohaisen 

If I understand you correctly, you are wanting to navigate to a screen by reference to the item.  For example, if the Item had a title of "screen1" you would want to Navigate to screen1 and if it was "screen2" you would want to Navigate to screen2.

I am afraid this is not possible in PowerApps.  There is an Idea in the Idea Forum that relates to this, should you wish to vote on it.

As it is right now, you would need to use logic in your OnSelect formula to do this, similar to this:

Switch(ThisItem.Title,
    "screen1", Navigate(screen1, None),
    "screen2", Navigate(screen2, None),
etc...

I hope this addresses your question and that I understood what you are intending to do properly.

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Super User III

@EMohaisen 

If I understand you correctly, you are wanting to navigate to a screen by reference to the item.  For example, if the Item had a title of "screen1" you would want to Navigate to screen1 and if it was "screen2" you would want to Navigate to screen2.

I am afraid this is not possible in PowerApps.  There is an Idea in the Idea Forum that relates to this, should you wish to vote on it.

As it is right now, you would need to use logic in your OnSelect formula to do this, similar to this:

Switch(ThisItem.Title,
    "screen1", Navigate(screen1, None),
    "screen2", Navigate(screen2, None),
etc...

I hope this addresses your question and that I understood what you are intending to do properly.

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@RandyHayes 

 

Thanks a lot!!! it's working as I expect!!

excellent idea and thanks again for your help 🙂

much appreciated Randy

reg,
Eyad

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