Is it possible to change the color text of my gallery title when clicked/visited? My gallery is pulling from my Site Pages in a SharePoint Communication Site and what I want to achieve is that my PowerApp alerts my colleagues that they have previous read/clicked on a page.
I have tried to patch their email to a column in SP but this checks the page out and as such can't be used as not all colleagues have permission to do so.
I have set the PressedColor property of the Label control inside the gallery, but it seems that this won't work. But the HoverColor property works as expected. And see in the right panel, PressedColor property does not show.
For the 2nd question, can you please explain more? How would you like to "Alert" the colleagues? By sending an email or what? About patching their email to a column in SP, did you mean update a Person and Group column with current user? And some users does not have the edit permission on the list items?
Community Support Team _ Mona Li If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Unfortunately that doesn't solve my issue. Basically all I want is to somehow track the cookies on a site page to show whether a user has visited it or not. When a user has visited, I want to show that on my gallery, by changing the color of the title which is pulling through into my gallery.
Hover color is only changing the text when a user hovers over it, but it doesn't show that a user has previously visited the page.