01-09-2020 14:34 PM - last edited 01-09-2022 12:49 PM
Ever wonder how you can make your Power App so that a user can press a button, use UI cues to show the user that something is happening, then make sure something happens first before you can press that button again in your app?
Now you can learn how to do this yourself, with the interactive App Timer Wait Recipe Power App Solution which guides you step by step on how to do this with a fully working example included in the app!
You can use this as a starting example, and this type of pattern can apply to many use cases like waiting for a response from a Power Automate Flow before allowing further presses of a button or further interaction in a Power App, and any number of advanced use cases.
Download the solution by using the .msapp file attachment in this post called AppTimerWaitRecipe.msapp
(1-11-2021 update - if the attachment content is missing on this post, then a required content update may be still pending on this entry. If you really would like the msapp for this entry and the msapp attachment is still missing, please let me know)
Hi, i would let you know, that the msapp is missing again. Can you please share?
I Have a bug in an powerapp, and would try your timing may can help.
After a patch record function i start a power automate process on the table. As the patch sometimes finish later than the automate process start I get wrong answers.
I need a timer to know when the patch has finished and than start the automate process.