I tried setting Y = If(User().FullName = ResponsibleManager.Selected.DisplayName,0,14), so that every time a ResponsibleManager would connect to the Power App, the Responsible_manager datacard would move to the top. However, my function does not work..
Perhaps someone could advice what would be the problem or even if it possible to change datacard's position based User().FullName. Any advice is very appreciated!
Hi @Anonymous ,
I would advise against UX patterns that move cards in this way for accessibility reasons.
Can you share more about what you want the user to achieve? There are design patterns that the community can suggest here.
Hi @Mr-Dang-MSFT ,
Thank you for your reply. Appreciate it!
- An administrator fills in the Power App with required information and shares the link with a manager;
- Manager reviews information, but can edit only 3 fields in the whole form.
The desired scenario is that the fields, edited by the manager, would appear in the top of the form (added a rough sketch below). Therefore, I have experimented with the Y function which could change data card's position If(User().FullName = Manager...
If the manager would only change 3 fields, I would create a new form on a new screen with only those 3 things. Surface the least amount of things to make a decision.
Thank you for the suggestion. Noted. Answered to your questions.
Looking at it another way:
Do the fields the manager edits need to be in the order that shows up for when the administrator fills out the form?
If you keep the fields for the manager at the top for the administrator as well, since they seem to be important anyway, would that be logical for the admin?
Thank you. Well, the ideal scenario would be that the manager gets fields ordered a bit differently. Administrator should see the fields in a different order than the manager.
As showed in this quick sketch, when the manager logs in, those specific editable fields should be put to the top.
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