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Anonymous
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folders for my screens

is there a way to create folders to categorize my screens in one power app?

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BrianS
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I see - no there is no way to change that display

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BrianS
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If you mean you would like to have various screens to hold the form data - yes. You can set up "tabs" and select those to switch between the various groups of fields. It takes a little work and relies on the visible property of the field cards. Check out these 2 videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=if_mFIfi5PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GugRoM2v494&t=65s

 

Anonymous
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no. i mean this 

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BrianS
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I see - no there is no way to change that display

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Anonymous
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@BrianS  ok, thanks 🙂 

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