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oappdev
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Post CheckBox Value to SharePoint List

I'm quite new in PowerApps, So please bare with me 🙂

Trying to post the value when a user check "Yes" or "No" to a SharePoint List. Is this the right approach.

 

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Thank you in advances 🙂

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Re: Post CheckBox Value to SharePoint List

Hi @oappdev ,

 

Since you have a lot of columns in this SharePoint list, did you mean that you only want to update only "Is this a proprity issue" field and leave all other fields empty? Or did you mean that you want the users to be able to update the record, only after the "Is this a proprity issue" field is checked. 

 

If it's the former, then you need to know that to add a new record or to edit an existing record, you must include all the required fields. That is to say, even if you only want to change this field, you need to tell PowerApps what are the values in Required fields. 

 

If it's the latter, please please set the Visible property of the Submit button to:

If(Or(Checkbox1.Value=true,Checkbox2.Value=true),true, false)

If you are new to PowerApps and you want to use PowerApps to manage SharePoint list items, I'd suggest that you try to create the auto-generated app created from Home > Start from data > SharePoint connection and connect to your list. 

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Re: Post CheckBox Value to SharePoint List

Hi @oappdev ,

 

Since you have a lot of columns in this SharePoint list, did you mean that you only want to update only "Is this a proprity issue" field and leave all other fields empty? Or did you mean that you want the users to be able to update the record, only after the "Is this a proprity issue" field is checked. 

 

If it's the former, then you need to know that to add a new record or to edit an existing record, you must include all the required fields. That is to say, even if you only want to change this field, you need to tell PowerApps what are the values in Required fields. 

 

If it's the latter, please please set the Visible property of the Submit button to:

If(Or(Checkbox1.Value=true,Checkbox2.Value=true),true, false)

If you are new to PowerApps and you want to use PowerApps to manage SharePoint list items, I'd suggest that you try to create the auto-generated app created from Home > Start from data > SharePoint connection and connect to your list. 

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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