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Hi, I am using the User().Image function to get the logged in user's profile picture


1. It was showing the standard picture when I had not uploaded any profile picture.



2. Even after uploading the picture it is still the same.


3. On testing it on a mobile device even this standard image is not getting displayed.


Please fix this issue it would be really helpful, and if someone was able to render their profile picture please let me know.

Community Support
Community Support

Hi Prachi,


I just got the same issue with you. I had uploaded a profile picture, in the App, I added an image and set its Image property to: User().image, the image was shown as a standard picture. I also tested it on iOS, when I opened it on iOS, the image disappeared.
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Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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Ditto same issue for me. Unable to display profile images using User Image function. Sent a frown.

Power Apps
Power Apps

Hi, thank you all for reporting this. This bug is logged to our planning. We will work on fixing.



Yifei Wang [MSFT]

It has been several months since this last post and I am still unable to see anything when I use User().Image - is this still not fixed?


I have an office 365 image uploaded, however I notice that it doesn't show it the upper right-hand corner for all products. For example, it will display in Outlook 365 but not in PowerApps or Flow.

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Bumping as I was hoping to use this feature but it looks like there hasn't been any progress on this bug?

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Hello, any update please?

Still doesnt work for me.

Advocate I
Advocate I

Hi all here's a quick fix for this issue. I had the same problem where the image would pulln through for some but not all users.


  1. Connect to a new data source
  2. Choose Office365Users
  3. Insert the following code into the image object to replace User().image




Hope this works, it did for me

I think this can be simplified to: Office365Users.UserPhoto(User().Email) ... at least it works for me. I also see a UserPhotoV2 function. Any idea what the difference is?

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Still not working

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