cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Reply
ovetteabejuela
Helper I
Helper I

Where to find Data Card control or object.

Hi,

 

I'm new to PowerApps but I want to start off with a blank form, now I cant seem to find a data card in the controls.

 

How do you add one?

 

My understanding is you need a data card to bind controls to a field. For example if I want to bind a textbox to a field in the table it must be within a data card.

 

Please do correct me if I am wrong and show me how to add a control and associate to a field in the table.

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions
ovetteabejuela
Helper I
Helper I

Please never mind about this, I found out somehow:

 

Data Cards, apparently you cant find it independently. Data cards are part of Edit and Display forms. So,

 

1. You add a form (Edit or Display form)

2. If you haven't, you have to connect to a data source.

3. Once connected to a data source, Data Cards will be made available for you.

4. You can then delete unwanted Data Cards(fields) if applicable.

 

 

View solution in original post

1 REPLY 1
ovetteabejuela
Helper I
Helper I

Please never mind about this, I found out somehow:

 

Data Cards, apparently you cant find it independently. Data cards are part of Edit and Display forms. So,

 

1. You add a form (Edit or Display form)

2. If you haven't, you have to connect to a data source.

3. Once connected to a data source, Data Cards will be made available for you.

4. You can then delete unwanted Data Cards(fields) if applicable.

 

 

Helpful resources

Announcements
Power Apps Africa Challenge 2022

Power Apps Africa Challenge

Your chance to join an engaging competition of Power Platform enthusiasts.

Super User 2 - 2022 Congratulations

Welcome Super Users

The Super User program for 2022 - Season 2 has kicked off!

September Events 2022

Check out all of these events

Attend in person or online, there are incredible conferences and events happening all throughout the month of September.

Government Carousel

New forum: GCC, GCCH, DoD - Federal App Makers (FAM)

In response to the unique and evolving requirements of the United States public sector, Microsoft has created Power Apps US Government.

Users online (1,923)