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PowerApps Ribbon in Sharepoint

Hi,

 

This is going to be my first post and I'm a newbie in terms of PowerApps.

 

I found this video by chassMSFT and it should start at the frame where my question is based upon (https://youtu.be/WnuwLkNbWk4?t=1037)

 

How do I enable that(PowerApps in the ribbon)? Or is there a certain level of access by which someone can enable or see that?

 

Thank you in advance.

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Hi @ovetteabejuela,

 

Sorry for the delayed response, this should be setted from SharePoint list > Settings Settings icon >  List settings > Advanced settings and then scroll down to List experience. Choose the New experience.547e00ba-b9af-4148-827d-8c69f2dc1dff.png

 

Then you should be able to see the Ribbon.

 

Regards,

Mona

 

 

 

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Hi @ovetteabejuela,

 

First of all, are you sure that your organization has enabled PowerApps? 

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/signup-question-and-answer/

 

Please try to login to PowerApps  powerapps.microsoft.com directly.

 

Regards,

Mona

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@v-monli-msft,

 

Yes, I'm pretty sure it is because I can access the "Designer" environment... and yes I am able to login to powerapps.microsoft.com.

 

I just find it more convenient if the ribbon is available at the list view.

Hi @ovetteabejuela,

 

Sorry for the delayed response, this should be setted from SharePoint list > Settings Settings icon >  List settings > Advanced settings and then scroll down to List experience. Choose the New experience.547e00ba-b9af-4148-827d-8c69f2dc1dff.png

 

Then you should be able to see the Ribbon.

 

Regards,

Mona

 

 

 

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@v-monli-msft thanks,

 

That was really helpful but I'd like to add some more steps prior:

 

For me this is how I was able to follow:

 

Site Contents > Click on the desired List to have this option on > from the ribbon where it says Browse | Items | List, click on List List settings > Advanced settings and then scroll down to List experience. Choose the New experience.

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