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"Are you sure that are you want to submit this form?" Yes or No

I am new to power apps and i would like to create a popup message asking:

"Are you sure that are you want to submit this form?" Yes or No

how can i do this?

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Hello Guys

After a couple of Tentatives I was able to show de question after click the submit button and then I can now select yes or no. If yes do for me is submitted if not the form go back to the main screen .

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Hi @ANdreVT ,

Welcome to PowerApps. I also do this in all my apps.

Here is the simplest way I've found:

- Insert a Label Control (or HTMLtext Control) and stretch it across any Buttons the user could click

- Populate it with your text ("Are you sure?", etc.)

  - To get real spiffy, use a Switch or If function to change the text depending on various scenarios in your application!

- Set its Fill Property to RGBA(255,255,255,.90) for that "See through" effect

- Set its Visible Property to varOverlay

  - Trigger this variable by someone clicking "Cancel" or the the Back Arrow in your app

  - Example: OnSelect of the "Cancel" button; Set(varOverlay, true)

- Add two buttons to the Overlay: "Cancel" (again) and "Yes"

- OnSelect of the "Yes" button, trigger all your dangerous logic

- OnSelect of the "Cancel" (again) button, Set(varOverlay, false)

 

Here is the harder way (but better for reuse):

- Create a Component so its reusable across apps!

 

Good luck!!

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Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

Here's an article that explains how to make a Popup form for a mobile app. 

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/creating-dialogs-in-powerapps/



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@seadude  I would like a pop up message in a small windows

is it the same procedure?

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Maybe the attached will illustrate better.

- Download the app below

- Go to web.powerapps.com

- Click Apps

- Click Import

- Select the downloaded app

Good luck!

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Hi @ANdreVT ,

 

A label control that @seadude mentioned is a text control,  it can show the message that you want to show to the users, so this could be the windows. Then you can make this text control only visible when user click on the submit button. This makes this label control a pop up windows.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Hello Guys

After a couple of Tentatives I was able to show de question after click the submit button and then I can now select yes or no. If yes do for me is submitted if not the form go back to the main screen .

View solution in original post

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Nice work

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