Yes, basically that. After submission to list item is there an action in Flow which would make a field Read Only?
Ooops! I am afraid this is valid for the hole item only, not for specific fields.
As a workaround, you can implement the 'read only fields' as lookup from another sharepoint list where users have read-only access, but not sure this workaround matches your requirements.
Sorry for the misunderstanding 😞
You have to break the inheritance i.e., the permission of the item and then to add the user to the item with read permission, this makes the user to read but cannot contribute. You cannot do this on a field level, better to use the item level permission. Better use the SharePoint REST API to do the above.
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Thanks for the reply @sudharsan1985 I don't think it'll help me though. I do need the fields to be read only after submission.
Of course you have to use the flow to do the changes to the permission once the item is submitted.
So if I understand I'd change the permissions with Flow then use a REST query to certain fields ReadOnly?
You misunderstood, certain fields cannot be made read-only in SharePoint, the entire item can be made read-only after the submission using the flow. You have to design a custom page to show the fields read-only and also the page for update to achieve your functionality.
Oh right, sorry yes I did misunderstand you. My next step is to create a Power Apps form so I'll see if there's a workaround in that.
Actually I think this might be the ticket:
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