Am customizing SharePoint list form, and I have 4 forms in it . one is new ,second is view , third is edit request , and fourth is Approve form.
My scenario is when my manager open is edit mode . then only open approve form. Rest anyone click on edit , then edit request form need to open .
Please help me
@Yoursnani User().Email will give the email of the currently logged in user. But you will need to compare this with the email of the user to see if they are a Manager or a Normal user. Where do you have this information stored?
Please try the following,
Switch(User().Email, "email@example.com", Navigate(ApprovalScreen), "firstname.lastname@example.org", Navigate(ApprovalScreen), Navigate(EditScreen) )
its worked well but . can we do same with group ?, if i have one SharePoint Group and i want that people only can load approvalScreen, Rest are should open Edit Screen ,
if Yes . please give me codes how to do with Groups
You can load your sharepoint group records to a collection in your powerapps.
ClearCollect(sharepointGroups, 'Group name');
Once you have the data loaded in your collection you can easily do lookup/filter on collection to see if logged in user is present in group. based on the result you can navigate user to respective screen.
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