This is your activate button:
What you do is you set an variable with the activate button. This variable is a boolean (true/false). You use the value in the other buttons.
Instead of a Activate-button, you can also use a Toggle. Replace the DisplayMode formula of the buttons with:
Easiest option is to place those 3 formula's in the ForAll button, sperated with an ";".
You can also use concurrent() to execute the functions at the same time instead of sequentially.
Hope this helps.
I thought doing as you mentions but actually ı have too much code in button and also ı have more than 3 button
Hi @tugba ,
I'm afraid it's not supported to call a button's OnSelelct by another button.
For now, if you want to call a button's OnSelelct, you could only click that button to make this.
If you want to act three actions, I suggest you set them on one button:
Formula1;Formula2;Formula3 (they will run in order)
Or Concurrent(Formula1;Formula2;Formula3 ) (they will run at the same time)
If you want to call a button's OnSelelct by another button,
I suggest you express your views on PowerApps Ideas Forum. Your precious advice will be very helpful for our work.
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