Will there ever be a way to save a powerapp to a sharepoint list form so we do not have to recreate everything twice? I am telling users to use the Powerapps I have created but when they browse to the SharePoint site they do not get all the same controls I have created and if they use the default list form it breaks continuity. Some users like List forms and some like the Powerapps but I dont want to duplicate effforts. Is there a way to force or redirect users to the Powerapp instead of the list form?
Could you please share a bit more about your scenario?
Do you want to force or redirect users to your PowerApps app instead of the default list form when they edit/create items within the SP list?
If you want to force or redirect users to your PowerApps app instead of the default list form when they edit/create items within the SP list, I think you could consider take a try to create a custom SP list form using PowerApps.
More details about creating a custom form for a SP list using PowerApps, please check the following article:
If you customized a form for your SP list using PowerApps, when you edit or create items within the list, it would open the custom list form (rather than default list form) to create/edit in default.
I had already created a complicated powerapp before the custom list forms were available and now it seems the only way to have users be able to use SharePoint is to recreate the entire powerapp as a custom list form. This is a huge job to recreate all the screens and functions etc.
It would be nice if a user went to the SharePoint site instead of Powerapps I could just redirect them to the Powerapp instead of having to create the custom app twice...
Hi, I know I'm late to this and I don't really have a solution, more of a workaround.
What I did in this case was just delete all controlls from the Sharepoint form, and the only thing in the SharePoint embedded app is just a link to the PowerApp.
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