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LookUp function



I would really appreciate your help concerning this point.


I have a list "A" with a column "Contact" and in the list "B", I have the column "Contact" with more information about it. 


I used a column Lookup for the list A.


In PowerApp, I would like to have a link to which enables to see details of the list B (also represented in a form in PowerApp) but I have no link.


I hope I am clear and that you can help me

Thanks in advance

Best regards

Community Support
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Hi @Anonymous ,


It seems that this is a PowerApps related question, please consider submitting your question in the PowerApps forum for a more detailed answer:


Feel free to let us know if you have any questions about Power Automate.


Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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