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Formula Collection and Archiv Window

often i will memory and replace my formulas at app design.

 

how about making a window where i can see all used apps formulas and a place where i can add my own formula archive.

 

then if me edit a formula, open this window with a f key, select and click copy this formula into.

Status: Planned
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Power Automate Staff
Status changed to: Need Info

Thank you for your feedback and ideas. To further clarify your ask, please let me know which of the multiple choice answers is correctly aligned to what you want to see (A, B, C, or D). Please feel free to add additional clarifications not included here. (You may use your own language as well, because we have plenty of translation tools to support that. Smiley Happy ) The priority is that we understand your challenges and goals clearly in order to do a feasibility analysis.

 

A. You would like to click a command on the ribbon which will open a single dialog box that lists all the existing formulas for the currently selected object (regardless of properties used). You would also like those formulas to be editable from this new dialog box.

FYI: Did you know that when you select an object, the top left property dropdown will bold any properties where a formula exists? I find that to be really helpful when troubleshooting.

 

B. You want to be able to click a command on the ribbon which will open a single dialog box which will list all the formulas (in a grid with screen name and object name) that have been set for the entire PowerApp including all screens. You would also like to be able to edit the formulas from this new dialog box.

 

C. You want to be able to do A & B, but do not need to be able to edit any formulas from that dialog box (it is just for reference or for troubleshooting).

 

D. You would simply like to be able to "search and replace" formulas (similar to how this can be done today in Microsoft Excel) using a Find/Replace command on the ribbon.

 

Thank you for your clarifications. I will be looking forward to hearing from you soon,

Audrie 

 

 

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@Audrie-MSFTits more B

this dialog need also a search/filter/copy/paste.

also nice would be formulas as reference, original can edit and the ref is write protected.

from formular editor need two-way from and into archiv. archiv i imagine as list/edit window.

Microsoft Employee

more B.

 

This will be very usefull!

Power Automate Staff
Status changed to: Under Review
 
Power Automate Staff
Status changed to: Planned