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alan_user
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Notify user when clicking cancel

Hi

 

I have a 3 screen app with a gallery based on a SharePoint list.

 

Everything works fine on it, but I was wondering is it possible to do the following:

 

If a user clicks into a record in the gallery, and they change an item but click the ‘X’ symbol instead of the check mark to save, is it possible to get Power Apps to warn the user and make them confirm they want to proceed without saving?

 

I have warnings appearing on the screen when they click Cancel with a Notify message but it doesn't change any behaviour in the app as a result.

 

The code on the cancel button is set to ResetForm(name of the form); Back()

Has anyone got any ideas on how to do this?

 

Thanks in advance. 

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BCBuizer
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Hi  @alan_user ,

 

I think you are referring to a confirmation pop-up. Recently Shane Young posted a video in this, so this may be useful to view so you can set up a pop-up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BL7a5PmgZoc



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BCBuizer
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Hi  @alan_user ,

 

I think you are referring to a confirmation pop-up. Recently Shane Young posted a video in this, so this may be useful to view so you can set up a pop-up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BL7a5PmgZoc



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Hi @BCBuizer , thanks for the advice. Containers and popup rectangles will work to notify the users in this system. 

BCBuizer
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Hi @alan_user ,

 

Glad you found the reply useful. Can you please mark the correct reply as the solution for the benefit of the community?



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