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PowerApps mobile: Download/extract data from Collection to text or excel format

Hello everyone!
I created an app that collect data from the fields to the collection.
This function is ideal for offline jobs.

My goal is to upload the data to the sharepoint when the user is online.
How every, that function requires premium account.
So, my workaround is to just download all data in collection and send it via email(manual) to the user that is using PC.

My question, is it possible to download all data in Collection using mobile? 

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Code in "Add" button
Collect(coEnrollmentSaveOffline, {AOName: TextInput1.Text, ClientName: TextInput2.Text, ContactNumber: TextInput3.Text, Product: Dropdown1.Selected.Value});
SaveData(coEnrollmentSaveOffline, "SaveEnrollment")

Code in "Recall" button
LoadData(coEnrollmentSaveOffline, "SaveEnrollment",true)

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@JohnKenneth 

You could just go ahead and try it and see what happens.

 

The heavy usage of SaveData and LoadData can affect performance, the way to be really sure in your case if performance is an issue or not, is just to try it on the target devices. For more general details on the usage of SaveData and LoadData, on how much memory you should usually have available, and so forth, you may want to check on the SaveData and LoadData functions in Power Apps (docs.microsoft.com reference)

 

If your question actually is regarding that you are trying to find the specific location of SaveData's underlying "file" or "files", you may want to see this post where it was discussed and answered - "Where is SaveData location?" (powerusers.micros...

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Super User II
Super User II

@JohnKenneth 

You could just go ahead and try it and see what happens.

 

The heavy usage of SaveData and LoadData can affect performance, the way to be really sure in your case if performance is an issue or not, is just to try it on the target devices. For more general details on the usage of SaveData and LoadData, on how much memory you should usually have available, and so forth, you may want to check on the SaveData and LoadData functions in Power Apps (docs.microsoft.com reference)

 

If your question actually is regarding that you are trying to find the specific location of SaveData's underlying "file" or "files", you may want to see this post where it was discussed and answered - "Where is SaveData location?" (powerusers.micros...

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@JohnKenneth

I use SaveData/LoadData in one app and it works fine.. I'm not premium either... Maybe you're using a specific connector that I don't? I just use Sharepoint connector.

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