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Hello123
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Page navigation model driven app

Hello,

 

Is it possible to change the format of page navigation in a model driven app? I would like to choose the pagenumber instead of clicking the next arrow..

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v-tiribe
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hello @Hello123 ,

 

I believe you are reporting to the scenario where when we have a View that contains multiple pages, you are not able to directly access to page number 3, for example.

You need to go back and forward by clicking the arrow. 

 

v-tiribe_0-1618487193090.png

There is no functionality in place in order to change the behavior from Views in order to allow the navigation to a specific place.

From Microsoft Documentation, we can see the way we need to change pages:

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/user/navigation 

v-tiribe_1-1618487268243.png

 

In case you have lots of records, you may need to consider filtering the View to only show the most relevant or the ones a specific user should see.

 

Best regards,

Tiago Ribeiro | Power Platform Support Engineer

 

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v-tiribe
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hello @Hello123 ,

 

I believe you are reporting to the scenario where when we have a View that contains multiple pages, you are not able to directly access to page number 3, for example.

You need to go back and forward by clicking the arrow. 

 

v-tiribe_0-1618487193090.png

There is no functionality in place in order to change the behavior from Views in order to allow the navigation to a specific place.

From Microsoft Documentation, we can see the way we need to change pages:

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/user/navigation 

v-tiribe_1-1618487268243.png

 

In case you have lots of records, you may need to consider filtering the View to only show the most relevant or the ones a specific user should see.

 

Best regards,

Tiago Ribeiro | Power Platform Support Engineer

 

Oh ok, thanks a lot for your fast reply! 🙂 

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