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FiveMonkeys
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OnBoarding Power App Template - Due Date

I have been trying to modify the onboarding tasks power app template.  I am running into issues with the MyOutlookTasks.  Then I view the collection in the collections preview section i see a column for DueDateTime, however, when I try to add DueDateTime to a field in my gallery it is unable.  Other dates like LastModifiedDate and CreatedDate are available, but not DueDate.  The end goal is to add a field to the app for the user to enter in the DueDate.  

 

Since I dont have to have it displayed in the gallery, I even tried to just add it to the next screen.  When a user clicks on the '...' it opens up the task screen.  On the button click I was able to select ThisItem.DueDateTime, but when the task screen opens it says error in my date picker:  The property expects datetime values, but this rule produces incompatible Record values.  Again if I chose LastModifiedDate, it works fine.

 

Any help is appreciated.  If I can get this its good to go.

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Lisabel0 Helper V
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Re: OnBoarding Power App Template - Due Date

Just test and I got the  same result. It seems that there is something wrong with the due date collection.

AlexN Advocate V
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Re: OnBoarding Power App Template - Due Date

FiveMonkeys
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Re: OnBoarding Power App Template - Due Date

Where do we support a bug to get this fixed?  Did you ever support one?

FiveMonkeys
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Re: OnBoarding Power App Template - Due Date

Where do we submit a bug to get this corrected?

AlexN Advocate V
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Re: OnBoarding Power App Template - Due Date

A "I found a bug" section like in the flow community boards would be really nice...

 

I'm going to check if I have the same problems in a flow, then maybe opening a bug thread over there would help speeding this up 😉

AlexN Advocate V
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Re: OnBoarding Power App Template - Due Date

It seems the bug was sorted out. I can work with the DueDate.DateTime now without problems

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