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PowerApps Attachments to SharePoint lists size limit

Currently there is a limitation of uploading a file attachment size to max of 10 MB. SInce SPO can accept upto 250 MB per file in a list item, it makes sense to increase the attachment size in PowerApps to 250MB.

Status: Completed

Hi Everyone,


We've removed the limit for attachments to support higher upload limits, as they become available by different connectors.  It became available in 6.4 - Released version 3.21064 - Release Notes | Microsoft Docs


Hope this helps.


Frequent Visitor

Great! I voted and I hope the change is coming soon.

New Member

Even mailboxes in common allow 25Mb.

Anyway, for now, PowerApp does not suitable for using in document workflows. 250 Mb will be good enough size.

Advocate I

Voted for. While having PowerApps provide easily customizable sharepoint forms is incredibly useful, this is a severe blocker for our organization to actually impliment new solutions

Frequent Visitor



I have just voted for this.

We really need to have this feature as we regularly have users that want to attach files larger than 10MB....

Also the number of files to attach is currently limited to 6 files  !!!

Frequent Visitor

Voted. Here in March of 2019 and still no updates on an increased file size. 10mb is absolutely ridiculous - barely enough for a beefy PDF.


C'mon, Microsoft!

Regular Visitor

10 MB is really low compared to what we can attach on the out of the box form. This is really all of the adoptions for Power Apps. Can you please add this feature.  

Frequent Visitor

Hi @Audrie-MSFT ,


Do we have any expected date when the 10MB file upload limitations will be extended to 250MB?


Power Apps

Apologies, I know increasing the file size of attachments is long overdue.

We are working on defining and scheduling all outstanding items before sharing a date we can all stand behind.

I'll update the thread when we have this date.

Advocate I

This small amount of communication goes such a long way, thank you for letting us know that this hasn't been forgotten about. It's much appreciated.

Frequent Visitor

@FilipK @DevinFlickinger 


Yes, thank you for the update. Looking forward to hearing more soon, hopefully!