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Hide Default Sharepoint buttons like Save & Cancel

Hide the Sharepoint button bar, so that we can instead put our own "Submit" and "Cancel" buttons at the bottom of the form. Creating a custom "Submit" button works fine at the moment, but a custom "Cancel" Button does not seem to work like it should.  However it defeats the purpose if users can just use the default save which does not have the custom actions.

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Updating status and adding @emmac and @KeremY

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Same concept as InfoPath, was useful when you could 'Hide Ribbon' from displaying so that users aren't confused which button to use.  Cleaner interface,etc.

 

Not always viable to customise the SharePoint 'Save' button with a Customised List Form

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@H-FExcellent post and @BrettR, and I'm glad I'm not the only one who has suggested this!  See: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/PowerApps-Ideas/SharePoint-Custom-Form-allow-designer-control-of...

 

Anything that helps us with a smoother migration of InfoPath forms to PowerApps is going to make things much more palatable for existing SharePoint users.  Currently, I don't think that path has been considered to date in the development of customisation of SharePoint forms in PowerApps. Repeating tables is another example of this.

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Updating status and adding @emmac and @KeremY

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Are there any updates on this request? I am looking for the same functionality.

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Any update on this? Would greatly be beneficial if you are using two forms connected to two different SP Online lists!

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@H-F wrote:

Hide the Sharepoint button bar, so that we can instead put our own "Submit" and "Cancel" buttons at the bottom of the form. Creating a custom "Submit" button works fine at the moment, but a custom "Cancel" Button does not seem to work like it should.  However it defeats the purpose if users can just use the default save which does not have the custom actions.


When using PowerApps as a replacement for editing list items, it is essential to be able to disable the mentioned toolbar. When InfoPath was the way to go, this was available. As PowerApps is now the prefered option, MSFT should make this possible in my opinion.

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@H-F wrote:

Hide the Sharepoint button bar, so that we can instead put our own "Submit" and "Cancel" buttons at the bottom of the form. Creating a custom "Submit" button works fine at the moment, but a custom "Cancel" Button does not seem to work like it should.  However it defeats the purpose if users can just use the default save which does not have the custom actions.


When using PowerApps as a replacement for editing list items, it is essential to be able to disable the mentioned toolbar. When InfoPath was the way to go, this was available. As PowerApps is now the prefered option, MSFT should make this possible in my opinion.

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Hello Microsoft, Any update on disabling the toolbar ?

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It would seem from all the Microsoft feedback forums that I've had to look through for answers to my issues with Microsoft products that Microsoft staff are great at changing a post status to "Under Review" or something similar,  but absolutely terrible at responding to anyone when they ask for an update.

Seriously Microsoft, pick up your game -  this no responding has got to stop.  People are crying out here for improvements to your products - in many cases for functionality that was available in older tools that you provided.  Who do we have to go to for answers?  You set this to under review nine months ago.  @CWesener 

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any update on this? I am looking for this functionality to implement