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Helper II

Navigate function

Hi All

I have created a PowerApp with 3 pages: Screen1, Screen2 which are Custom pages and a third page which is from my DataVerse table. I have created two buttons on Screens 1 and 2 which navigate between each other - i.e. between custom pages but cannot get the same function to work when I try to navigate to the third screen which holds a list. When I click on the button and add the function OnSelect and the Navigate(  in the text bar the name of the screen\page does not appear. I have tried to use Defaults and I have saved and published a number of times so, as far as I know, it should be there!

Thank you for any help.


Super User
Super User

What is the name of the third screen your onselect should be something like Navigate(ScreenName) or Navigate('Screen Name')

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Helper II
Helper II


I've posted a snippet below - I hope you can see it!

Screen2 and Screen3 are Custom pages but I have a page call Business Partner (which has a form and a view). I am testing at the moment but I would like to navigate from Screen2 (as an example) to Business Partner. Business Partner does have an ID of NewSubArea_0######






Hi @Lilywhite63 ,


I found a video may help you understand how to navigate from and to custom pages in Model driven apps:


Below is the doc link for your reference as well:


Hope this helps.


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Hello @Lilywhite63,


Hope you are doing good.


As per the your scenario, we can navigate between Screens, in your case it is SCREEN2 and SCREEN3.


As the Third page is Model Driven App page you cannot find that name in the SCREEN2/SCREEN3.


Try Using LAUNCH("URL")


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Hi @Lilywhite63,

It can be achieved with the Launch function, for example:

Launch("", {}, LaunchTarget.Replace)

The LaunchTarget.Replace param will open it in the same window where without will open in a new tab. More info: 

BTW you can navigate to an model-driven form like described in this great article by @DianaBirkelbach.


Hope this helps!

Super User
Super User

Hi @Lilywhite63 , 
If you are in a Custom Page and want to navigate to a list view of a table, you need the Navigate() with the name of the view.


Choosing the Table name (Views)



Then pick the view name




The result:


Sometimes it takes a while until the intellisense works.
And you need to add the reference to the table in the Data(sources) inside the custom page first.

Hope this helps!

Thanks @EricRegnier for the nice words and for bringing me in. 🙂

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