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Pedro_Lopes26
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The images of a PowerApps gallery from Sharepoint disappear after 1 day (mobile display) - help!

 
Good Morning,
I made an application for my company in which I want to show the photo of each client!

After trying to insert an image that is part of the same Sharepoint list (but based on a hyperlink over a library on the same Sharepoint), I decided to create a long text field in the sharepoint list (in which I pasted the photo) to publish it on gallery as Html text!

With this method, the photos appeared in the published mobile version ... until today!

Can someone help me please? !!!

I apologize for the poor translation
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WarrenBelz
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Super User III

Hi @Pedro_Lopes26
I picked up your post from the unanswered list and will try to help you.
I am surprised they actually worked in the first place on mobile devices.
Create a field in your SharePoint library called Thumbnail and set this to type Hyperlink or Picture > Picture. You can also use this to display the picture in SharePoint.
The Image property of the Image control in PowerApps is then (substitute your names)

LookUp(
   YourSharePointLibraryName,
   YourReference=MatchingLibraryValue,
   'Thumbnail ({Thumbnail})'.Large     //you can aslo use Medium and Small
)

 

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WarrenBelz
Super User III
Super User III

Hi @Pedro_Lopes26
I picked up your post from the unanswered list and will try to help you.
I am surprised they actually worked in the first place on mobile devices.
Create a field in your SharePoint library called Thumbnail and set this to type Hyperlink or Picture > Picture. You can also use this to display the picture in SharePoint.
The Image property of the Image control in PowerApps is then (substitute your names)

LookUp(
   YourSharePointLibraryName,
   YourReference=MatchingLibraryValue,
   'Thumbnail ({Thumbnail})'.Large     //you can aslo use Medium and Small
)

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

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