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melsted22
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Suggestions on what to do for connectivity and forms

Hello,

I'm creating a PowerApp which will write info a SharePoint list. It is just a basic form with info entered that will spread over several pages. On the last page of the app I submit the form using patch and combine the pages into one record.

Due to connectivity issues in the areas where the data is to be gathered, is it possible to save individual form submissions to a collection and then once back in cell range submit the individual forms to a Sharepoint list? Or is there a better way to go about this?

Right now I have the app created and can enter and save individual records back to the SharePoint list. I have tried creating a collection but can't seem to submit or collect the multiple pages to one record. It creates a separate row for each form.update that I do.

My goal would be to have the option to save individual records and then submit multiple records to the list as well as individual records if desired.

 

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melsted22
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Should’ve googled just a little bit more before I posted..  found a YouTube video of exactly what I wanted which explained about creating a collection and writing back to a list. 
This is my go to place for looking things up and I almost always find my answers here. Appreciate all that you guys do to help out newbies like me 🙂

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melsted22
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Should’ve googled just a little bit more before I posted..  found a YouTube video of exactly what I wanted which explained about creating a collection and writing back to a list. 
This is my go to place for looking things up and I almost always find my answers here. Appreciate all that you guys do to help out newbies like me 🙂

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